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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02195
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GLUME FORTY-FIVE. STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEFTKMKEIt: 21, 1923. Nl :MIIEIt TIIIUTEKN

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Established. : 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $2.00; Six Months, $1.00-Paable in Advance.<< E. 8. Matthews,, Editor und Proprietor.

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-MACHINERY RESIDENriAL ''SWEPT FLORIDA CROP 1:I :i 1))


DIS TRIC FOFBERKELEYISFIRE i .

INSTALLED AT I CITRUS FRUIT, }I I"m.




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Machinery Arriving and Placed in :I siums Gout; CONDITIONS 1
Position I : l'IUoII.ISI1: ; CKOKCIA: ; j "1I .

LOS CoriO.N 1I\I \'I'S1': NKAHINt A f
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,rew machinery for the light ; MILLIONS CLOSE.: t....i.
i nter plant has begun to arrive. : .

r .'mi-Diese'l internal combustionare Washington. Sept. 1--Thi! weekly r
moved to the i :MUSIC AT THE H. II. S. weather and '
being pow- crop review issued today

., UM, their great weight making: I II Entire City Is Threatened By Fire From I Commands G. A. R. I In by thi, ili< aittna'nt. of agriculture, reported ,.i ,.

m i low job. Each of these en- Reasons Why it Should lie Part of the condition of Southern ;
I I Brush Blaze Two Lives Are Lost In --., P' .
Kr, if the Fairbanks-Morse: h'pe'l i I CurriculumAn ; -' crop is follows: :t"c t
>I' tOO horsepower. One of th"l1'I I I Kiist: of the! Mississippi the weather .
lllmlf. ;
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the! Burning Building. p IN favored the ( '
e hf erected immediately on I effort will be made in the next rapid opening of cotton I'i''

1. milation, prepared for'' it, the other few days to add, public school musicto : bulls. iml l also picking and ginning, I $ 1 i

> room can be given it by remov- I which mudu satisfactory progress.: ,
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the of studies in'
program our is imouGirr; UNDER CONTROL to the flames..Then :
ini the old machinery. Only one will f. There was but little change, however. <4'< '
school.) If the carried outa
plans are AFTER HOURS OF FIGHTING '1In it all changed. The directionof '
hi, used at a time the other being I ,<- I'.t; 'iM In the condition of cotton, though Insect -
long felt need will have been met. ...
Film COMPANIES: OF SEVERAL the wind was one cause. Tim ..
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he'd'' in reserve. They two will be The plans will be to give instructionin vicious -1: activity was retarded In some of
CITIES. norther became .
a westerly ze-i .. I t the cotton ,
'dircrr. connected.! A man is here sections
music to all pupils in the eighth : ?
I phyr. Batteries of fire engines from "
from the factory to supervise the : L: '" Cotton has \boon mostly picked in '
grade and to provide Glee Club work I .. j"
Berkeley, Cal., Sept. 17.-Two per- Alameda, Oakland and San Francisco s
erection., for the high school pupils. The expense 1 I j ,; :"' j...;, southern Georgia, and because of the
sons are dead hundreds of homes are arrived and added their lines to < .
\t the depot the new generator It' Very small crop harvest will he completed ,
I I will be small yet the course in ruined, millions of dollars worth of I the Berkeley lines. Thousands. of .' r
amt. accessories are awaiting their 'I' public school music will be equal to property was consumed and the entire 1 workmen helped1. Their combined h1),,. ., early elsewhere in the statu.
to be erected. I .,' Excellent weather for harvesting I
turn of the other schools of the state. .
any city of Berkeley was threatenedas forts saved the situation.All .
ef'j I' .f '
The huge tank for holding fuel oil i4/ potatoes obtained in tho middle Atlantic
In article read before the FlorIda '
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I I an the result of a grass fire which, the street car lines were IInt
for the engines has been erected. AI : states, with prospects for the
the
Education Association at
1 out of control because of a heavy' lyzed as soon as the fire started and I
pipe line has been ]laid from it to the ;; held St. last 1 1I <' crop good in Virginia., Sweet potatoes kt
meeting in Petersburg north wind, swooped through the were still out of commission late tonight. I it
lumber yard spur, where a pump will were fuirly good" generally
December the
following paragraph I and'swept .
Cragmont district this afternoon
oil from I I throughout the east Gulf states. 1
be put for pumping the I
up was quoted from recent article on into the more crowded residential -;, The approximate scope of the Berkeley ,t h"
The weather favorable forharvesting
the tank cars to: the yard tank. The was ,
school music by Mrs. Ruth v.
public
districts. fire from the i
I was Berryman ,
1 ;k '
latter holds 15,000 gallons nearly as truck in the southeast. ,
Stephens: Two University of California stu- reservoir up to the East Ward line toI
much as three car tanks. I while improvement was. reported in ,
"There is perhaps no subject in our dents, unidentified, are known to the hills. From there south every +!
the Gulf
west
Clark made quick area.
Superintendent
schools which has"uch a general have fallen through the roof of a' thing was burned for six blocks. The I t
work of erecting the poles for the The weather was favorable for cutting
good effect on the children as the subject
burning building. i I houses on both sides of Euclid '
electric line and much of the t tobacco in Kentucky and wait. excellent -
row of music. The effect Is ideal be- !
A third person, also unidentified nue from Shasta south to ave-I'
wire has been strung. The new poles for this work in ,
Maryland il'
it is varied. From the me- rand
cause so is believed to have been lost in tha burned. Lal'oniu park also was
nave been placed so the wires will be chanical side the writing of keys, Virginia. Recent rains damaged) f ,
house Euclid
residence district near the hills. j stroyed. Every on ave 1
the side of the shade trees insteadof i tho in portions of North Ca roI -
on in time and the crop .
I studying problems ,. The part of the conflagaration that nue from Shasta south to Hillard
above or through their tops, as 1 application of chromatics, children' threatened the business section was I went up in flames. I I linn. '
now is the case. I The weather was generally favor- j 1
I develop the same accuracy that they brought under control at University i Sporadic, fires broke out from Ilil- I, I .
The of ma1chincry 1: d fihlp' for in Louisiana. but ,
only important piece I in arithmetic other science. sugar cane
get or any avenue and Alstonway at 5:30: o'clock gard south to University campus All
that has not arrived is the I Il1ump. many fields were showing I the effect W =
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slightest error me- this evening. the houses in upper Leroy street were I I
But it will probably be here)I |I in many places Some upland, rune *ta
chanical side results in an error justas
At 7:15: p. m. It was announced the destroyed as well as all the houseson
d
what has already arrived''' was needing more moisture In 'loote
at soon as disastrous as an error in addition.If fire was under control although several La Loma avenue. Half of the faculty -

has been placed. music did no more than train the houses were burning in the Hill- of the University of California! finlonl M. Riiltzirnrlx, of Van gill! ,
child in accuracy: for after life, this side district. The wind had died and I. was rendered homeless.A Wfrt. Ohio. Is till new CommiwvtrInChief Citrus fruits continued. In good ,
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of the U. A. II., oli-ctcd lit condition. in Florida where the fruit
its
alone would placein
FIRPO IS SEEKING justify secure not mile
further spread of the flames was quarter square extendingfrom the National Reunion In Milwaukee .
I it clean and holding well
the school curriculum.] In a music looked for. Cedar to Shasta. streets was In lust. week. Insert below It "rh8 thin h
SOMEONE TO TEACH class the eye the ear and the mind At 4:30: o'clock vast columns of flames. In this sector about HO/ residences bin line" ; the U. A. H. In minimipnrndp "

HIM BOXING GAME must be alert and ready to respondin flames at Alstonway and Addison were destroyed. Another area down anus..MRS., rlfty-ulno. years ,after liijluif NEW YORK''

a second. In arithmetic, we can I street I gave forebodings that the en- south of Cedar street was razed and ._, "I

FAIR PLAY" SAYS "THE UC IL" wait for a slow child to think. In :] tire business district of Berkeley t 40 homes destroyed. Homes in another -- -: -. Ll'CV' JIEMIWSWAYMrx :: : DAILIES PRINT

LOST GOLDEN CHANCE music the rhythm of the song or.exercise :| would go.Shattuck. area extending to Spring street *
permits no delay. It cannot avenue merchants moved were burned. FREAK PAPERS
!\ Lucy Hemingway/ died at her
N.'w York, Sept. ;)0.-I.uis Firpo wait; a child's own sense of rhythm out their valuables and ofllciaU of the Ten injured were! brought Into the home on'eHt Cull street Into

,looking for a man to teach him quickens his thought. lie must see, 'university of California, directly opposite Berkeley general hospital but only Wednesday, evening September 1 1.!), !1'rc'HHmeti'n, Strike 'lii'H up :Host oft'ity'w
think and express in a mere second the line of flames, preparedfor two remained there. They wl-ru elderly -
boxing. Several have beentuggcsted
names i after an illness of eleen weeks lie Daily I'aprr. (,
or the musical sense of the whole ,, determined fight. The streets women whose holes were de-
to the fcoiitli American
big : a fore taking to her bed she had been
class is upset and the offender maintains of Berkeley were crowded .,Btroyuil: and were suffering from the!
but and
tie has not taken a fancy to anyjf I I avenues feeble for years, and, only it slromr' IS I 1"lIml' OF UNIONS) I r
no place among the others. This with marchers leaving their homes shock.
them. Jack Johnson was one. I determination to not give up, but to I
attention :
in closest possible
Hut ho! would want infancy figure for I training and de- 1 live for those she loved, prolonged her New York Sept. !II-! New York n
in and
Ills work and while he would earn it, results speed accuracy useful life. went without Its I'nelinnE'Wlipapera/

Luis I> not given to paying farcy salaries a velops training efficiency must in valuable eye and in ear all work lines, ; Geo. C. White AppointedState !Mrs Hemingway was born in Georgia the first half of Tuesday, when 2,500 1

to anyone.A 70( years ago and was n daughter wel, pressmen preventedpublication 4
f and indispensable for
whole lot of bunk has been work Bank Examiner of tho Into !Jr. Wm. Hollings- of it majority of the city' morning ly

written' about Firpo and his boxing chosen.life, no"matter what vocation arter-i worth, n prominent figure in Florida and evening papers .1k- tip,

anyway The chances really are that I during reconstruction( days. Soon after From midnight Monday, night until

the more he learns the lead e/teetive I WILL BE SUCCEEDED AS CASH- CARD THANKS the war between the states nhi TueHiiuy evening I the city'. million, r
he will be. Firpo trying to box most avid\ reader of the
< IEU HANK OF STAKKE BY came to Starke with her father.Soon, newspaper
would always be a Joke. whereas Fir- o "Sol I RAWSON J. DAVIS. We wish to thank all who assisted after she was married to the late world, practically were cut off from ac, y
l>o the fighter the hitter Candy will be sold by the so kindly during the long illness and f''
ding dong Thomas Hemingway who erected and news of their own and the rent .of
Juniors Friday night Sept. 21, death S.
our ,
is a man whom an opponent has a < > at the Gaiety Theatre. Denmark, also for the beautiful floral
right to regard as ,dangerous. 4 years cashier of the Bank of Starke, a store by J. F. Kickllter. In tho '1'h. metropolis. awoke to find it*
> and for the serviceof '
offerings untiring
Another thing. J.i another year )f . P'i' '8. 'D .. has been appointed a state bank examiner Dr. Middleton. Children. early 80's she became a widow., Two breakfast and it* ride to daily .
Inpo goes on fating the way he and will leave for TallahasseeIn children survive her, Hhomim Hemingway chores mnde dreary by the absence ti
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does and raising his blood pressure, ELECTRIC CHAIR WILL BE a few days to enter upon his new Bank of Starke, is a native of Starke and Mrs. F. f>. Hemingway. of morning newspapers. Limited, pru- r

which is already high, he will be LOCATED AT PRISON FARM duties. He will be succeeded by Itaw- being the only son of the late Cap- She is also survived by ono slater, midnight editions which were run off

lens of a match for 1 lemp*
was the other n'jfpt.' Governor Hardee has announcedthat the accounting department of the years one of the most capable insurance several grandchildren.Mrs. been exhausted. by late theatre crowd.

feet Some folks who think with their some means will be sought to ]locate Miami branch of Swift & Co., one of men in Florida. He received Hemingway/ was a member of An curly odition, of the Now York

are beginning to say that Dem- the state electric chair at the the largest meat packing corpora his education at Starke' High School, the Baptist church and lived up to its Evening: I'out, run off hy recruitedpressmen

.'sPy will be afraid to meet Firpo state prison farm.at Raiford in time tions in the country.As and on leaving school entered the em- teachings. Having lived, In Starke war thu only ono of the 1

lillain. Sayt LoJV. big chance to heat for its use January 1, 1921, as provided cashier of the Bank of StarkeMr. ploy of Swift & Co., at their Jackson for more years than any other person III rICE< afternoon papers' to appear before a

Dempsey came when Jack, over confident by the act substituting that White has proven himself a moat ville1 oflkoH. He remained with thin the was known to all and beloved and noon and when that had been

over his easy winn-dons' of I means of executing criminals !in this efficient accountant and business man firm for about five years returningto respected by all for her many kind exhausted the news-stands, usually i

the big fellow, walKed In carelessly: I state for the gallows.The His unfailing courtesy and genially Starke a few months ago to assist deeds. Her going!: hence han filled loadud, with frequent edition, of the e !

"inking only at tlnl>lh'g, Ills man.Iond board of commissioner ef have gained him the friendship of every In closing up the affairs of his fath many hearts with sorrow and great afternoon ,dailies were bare and I

getting i\ do,) on theju j '*"' which state institutions made first efforts/ patron of the bank as well as of er's estate. sympathy III f felt for the bereaved rel- hundred of raucous voiced newsboys \

m never shoul 1 nave rrmittcd to : to locate the chair in the Duval county all others with whom he has come in An interesting coincidence in connection atives. were mute. 1v ,

'"nd. It was thus, blow 'hat jarred jail because of adequate protection contact. lie is easily one of the most with the election of Mr. Davis Interment was at the family burying Newspapers in nearby New Jersey i 1'KS

Dempsey and got him in such condi- afforded by the police force there popular and capable of Starke's to succeed Mr. White at the Dank ground at Crosby cemetery I>r. cities! smaller local paper> not affected N

tion that Firpo could rush him to pending execution, but objections young citizens, and Comptroller, of Starke it* found. in the fact thai J. J. Bullcn, of tho ]First Baptt[ by. the! strike, and foreign t r '

the ropes. arose and the city commissioners requested Amos is fortunate in securing himas they were working together) in the' church of Starke, officiating.* It was newapapere| hastened to take advantage -

In the course of rushing Jack to that it be placed, elsewhere. a member of his staff of bank ex : office of Swift & Co., five years ago\ attended by a great concourse ol "' of the situation, rushing thousands L y tl

tin ropes, Firpo hit him upon the Officials charged with carrying out aminers.Mr. I when Mr. White wan elected cashier mourning friends and the! floral offerings of papers and scores of enivrKvncy -

head ami Jaw seven or eight times the provisions of this law were not Davis, the new cashier of the of the bank. were many and beautiful. Fun0ra1 newsboys to the more important .

"th' that right The writer counted provided with funds for the erection .1 Director I). C. Jones had charge traffic Intersections where they

111. And jet Dempsey was not oMt of extra quarters for housing the -- of the' arrangements.U. enjoyed an unprecedented 1I.la! at .
and was not even dazed. The blow Giant Visit St. Louis ,
chair, nor for extra guards which it 1| Navy's Dirigible May 1 prumium prices.
that sent Jack out of the ring must has been pointed out will be neces- 1I D. C. MEETING Ono Boston nuwspaper, sent copies '0

have been on the shoulder, as Jack at Raiford, but the governor \ I of a upecial edition to thu'city by air ''f i ,

says otherwise he would never have said sary some means would be sought to The U. D. C. met at the club house plane while a local Italian paper, for t'' f ,

limbed back into that ring again. A solve the problem in time to have the Wednesday afternoon, Mrs.! Buailey the first time in IU. history put on 'e-

blow on the Jaw sufficiently bard tolift chair ready for use by the first of the host{'.... After regular meeting Mrs. sale an all-l::nglish edition. Many h
<> a man from his feet and send him J. Wt:* Andrews Jr., charmingly gave nowj-stufidi presented the unusual

flying on all fours Into space is some year. __. two vocal selections. A delicious sal picture of newspapers In half a dozen 4 i,

'wallop and no man in the world could sey to wade into F Jpo from the start ad course wan served. foreign languages and none in ,

receive it and not slumber long and so that the affair would look like a I Mr*. Morris, vice president presided English. I

Profoundly. fight and thus satisfy the customers. over the meeting. Mrs. Adkiiis Tho newspaper famine wag relived

That goes for Dempsey. So, Judg- This, because ft was known if Jack acted as secretary pro tern. In the late afternoon when a

ing from the alert manner in whichhe tried to box with Luis, the Argentine The veterans will have dinner servo composite newspaper representing t.tk'.

crawled back through the ropes would look so bad that the bout wouldbe ed them at the courthouse at their jointly the elvcn afternoon newspa-
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and renewed his combat against the hissed and booed to a fare-thee- regular meeting.Mrs. /:. pers affected appeared on the street. M

biff' man, it moat have been a shoul- ; well. J. M. Jones of Interlachen
der blow with something like a push I Accord'ngly Jack tore into Luis In was a guest at this meeting. past, has joined the Starke contigent!

following after it. I the affair and nearly ]lost his title. The U. S. NAT?"* giant dirigible, ZR-1, In expected: to fly from New I at the University of Florida! and t,
A little inside story of this fight Next time Dempsey will consult his York to St. T.Mil. and return thin month. The nation' biggest air craft Mr. Carr Colley who has been living will tuko special work during the
'Is that Kearns fixed it with Demp- interests first. i>liotoirrm,>b d br oa It* trail night over. New York taut wwk, seems to in Jacksonville for tome time corning! term.
up own I l. perfect la all detail Invert I la of Commander f. R. McCrry. J





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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY SEI'TEMBElt

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f'I I C1 -"nr News_of Florida uusaassuI in Short Paragraphs, :JrAi[ I/MARTIAL LAW\ IS PROCLAIMED I I good study arithmetic ho lIe can, and,is of taught cours.J0 if his. t II,?|?'.I.J II"t, 'slcros.


I I He learns a lot ot n ', ,s"s"i|1 ."'"
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j1 j ,:' j; I Live i State News I ,kf MistEvery) ** r4rJ r lOVER ENTIRE STATE OF OKLAHOMA between straight and formulas.lino two is points.the He short learns e'< f. !.6. ,' "''

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-" Kcal well.
t K 1,,; 1 Told by Our Exchanges. very But by the time
I BY GOVERNOR WALTON% he n
't t ( ", _"'__..._ ..... .' ,"."," .,m".J Have a packet: in your things, spending all hU tl t, '
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( pocket for ever-ready away In his mom',
I hndly scalded when the Seaboard lolomntive
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t One man was fatally injured and refre: the process! so well that l Ii |
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struck cow and left the
five others loss seriously in motor accidents n Entire Force Six Thousand National 1'I much further. He me,
rails near :Mount Carrie, 50 miles from Guardsmen In State Are '
c; at Miami Sunday digestion.Alhys rules of polite behavior.) it\>!
.Jacksonville. The boiler exploded.Two ( thirst. I Called to Command of The Ex- Mc: Clure's !statement following fail I stock of 'belief ;
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away a '
enrolledfor .mail clerks were slightly injured. ecutie.IS ure of the board of directors of the! I ''j
1 Thirty-four (students hate Soothes tho throat ; !social, religious and po1ii'tern .
chamber to support his report to
a course in the new school of t He records how he :;
phnrmncy at tho University of Flor- For Quality, Flavor and'q, CULMINATION OF them that ho had told local klan of- feel on all occasions. <

al ida thus far.Growing One of the largest acreages/ of wa- i tho Sealed Package, eI I FIGHT AGAINST KLAN ficials that their organization should
termelons in Florida will be plantedin shoulder responsibility for conditionsthat And then, after he hns fi, ,,5
33 I Ci-- martial law in Tulsa education he goes forth t t.." .
I nvocndoes in tho sand hills tho Hums, section in December. Oklahoma Sept 15.-Martial brought on .
around Avon Unrk has proven prof- F. E. Maxwell, of Orlando, who has I law for the entire state of Oklahoma county. criticize the world, uttii
made such \ the Oklahoma City, Sept. 15.-Military scious that all his mental ., >
big
itable, some of the fruit weighing as a success past year | was! proclaimed at midnight byGovcr- >t
much ns three pounds and being 15 with melons has contracted for 190 r nor J. C. Walton. censorship over the Tulsa Tribune of his emotional acts arc n ,.
i indies around. acres of new land and has been busy I s atEL Calling the full force of the ap- was lifted late tontoht by Gov- tracts from his memory.

through tho summer preparing it for proximate! 6000 troops in the Ok\a- ,'rno1'Valton.. He does not reason at all

+ Volusin! county devoted !91 acres to the coming winter crop. homa national guard to his command From his residence here, where he true sense. lie has accept I ,

the cultivation of ferns in 1022! on the governor climaxed his spectacular had been confined throughout the day fundamentals of life on fn.'i,. ;(6(

; i a which $135,935 worlh of productswere Capt. J. S. Packer, of the steam- fight against the Ku Klux Klan with a severe cold, the governor has never subjected any of'|., .?

t were grown. Sixty; acres devoted to ship Apache of the Clyde line, will tive to the strawberry industry of by declaring that any person who aid transmitted in person over the long the test of logic. He has n<',, ,1 i t.

'be' name purpose (jroliieed $'8,270 have his license suspended lot ninety south Florida it cannot be said, butit the organization in earring out its distance telephone his order to national cal, and without doubt tin i.. he,

I Y worth in Seminole county. days as a result of the collision be. seems that they have about put "purposes" are enemies of the sov- guard officials at Tulsa to remove no genuine investigation.Our .

twoen his ship and the U. S. shipping I Messrs.' McRae and McCollum out of criffn state of Oklahoma and shall the military censor from the Educational system n "'h'o"

I A fine crop of broom corn is being board freighter, Springfield, in the the running for this year. The /growers he dealt with by military forces. I office of tho Tribune at once. teach the art of thinking If 1,,
Bun- St. Johns river near Enstport on August "I uphold absolutely the freedom considered dangerous, as ,it always
raised on Bon Terra farms near of this section would do well to "Due to the existence of a self
ncll. Edward Johnson i it manufacturing 25, according to an announce- investigate these newcomers as they styled invisible empire," Governor i of the American press and the right has- in the past, to encournr; fI'> nu-

brooms from the stock raised on ment made yesterday morning by U. may be a cousin to the boll weevil. Walton declared a state of insurrection -I Ito free speech' said the governor. lar thinking', our system slit, id! .it
this farm during the past year and S. steamship inspectors, who conducted and rebellion Ins in effect "I have decided that conditions now least teach it to a limited and, select

expects to make twelve to fifteen << an investigation into the accident. PENNSYLVANIA MAYOR SAYS against/ the constitution and authorities do not demand military interferencewith number. Possibly the human r".e,., ,
i the newspapers." as a whole is not yet ready to he ., ,
hundred dozen brooms from the new HIS TOWN CLOSED ONE FOR of Oklahoma and that a general; -o.
t crop. Although the attendance was far MEMBERS: OF NEGRO RACE state of "public alarm and fear and erned by reason, but it must "Mutu" .
t below expectations, the Georgia- jeopardy or life, peace and personal THE DEFECT EDUCATION ally attain that point, If it j i-. t n..

Four persons were killed and several Florida get-together celebration held I safety,, has resulted. alize .possibilities.. If our -olio' I Ig
t "' injured when L. & N. train No. here and at Pablo Beach Saturday, New York, Sept 15 14.-Mayor Activities of the organization are :I| The great defect of our present and colleges could make think.it

1, collided with an A. & St. A. B. excursion drew thousands. of visitors and was Joseph Cauffiel, of Johnstown, Pa.,] centered in Oklahoma City and extend I II )I educational system is not that it of just one percent of their stmi\ nts
( I I J. has ordered all negroes who have .
I.1 train at a crossing at Cotton- pronounced a success by officials and in that resided to every county in the state, the', teaches too little but that it teaches it would be an epoch-making .t u i, I 1-" :.
city for period of less I(I
dale, according to information received. other members of the general com- than seven years to leave a town, theAmerican'Civil I)I governor charged. I I top much "by heart." ement.-Plant City Courier.
All of those killed were on mittee. The program was carried out The proclamation invokes absolute j An obedient, "well broughtup" pupil -
I the excursion train. in full without a hitch and the visitors it Liberties had been union announced I martial law in Oklahoma county i' with a good memory, is virtually Miss Edo Hilton spent Smui.i, .it

appeared to enjoy themselves.Late Warren today Worth Bailey,_informedby former (Oklahoma City) and Creek! county,'' relieved of all the responsibility of' the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. V1< re

Excavation in the North St. Lucie Pennsylvania representative and edi-)I the latter adjoining Tulsa county, :,
river district lriOO,0fl/ () Thursday evening Newman where military rule has been in effect
f' drainage a tor of the Johnstown Democrat.The i ,,
,/ 75,000 acre project, has reached a total Mines, white, locomotive fireman on mayor has also issued an order since August 1. yet."A-R-p-ypR! YEARS A Fine Tonic.
' according one of the East Coast Lumber Com- I
of 5,153,583 cubic yards, -
forbidding all future isportationa
to the operations report for the pany's log trains, received injuries of negroes and has announced that he Tulsa! Okla.Sept. 15.-Calling the ,ill.I TERSl\IITIj'S Builds You Up
I past month, and excavation is progressing that resulted in his death Friday at will Ku Klux Klan "the worst blight ever
that
compel
steadily on the last lap of the Lake City hospital. It seems that city in the future every negro to report visiting to either j I known in American history," 11. 0'1( Wi' Cit : ;;rOt rc P'e"ll'ntsandReJieves

} tho project. Hines was attempting to couple twoloaded the the chief of ] the McClure president of the Tulsa ,
i j mayor or police. i, Malaria Chills and Fever DenGue
raised the issued -
Chamber
cars, having coup- of commerce, tonight
HL'H $i iid Civil Liberties union declares it was
I The crate mills at Avon Park are ling pole for that purpose, and upon informed. I' -_. --.-
U 11* 'I now in operation and the people of raising his head] was jammed between Until further orders from the --- -- -

that section are well pleased. This is two overhanging logs on each car mayor negroes living in Johnstown :I r

a big concern and. with orders ahead crushing his skull. are prohibited from holding public Th LoT'1NSTALLED Rice'

( for two and a half million crates, the gatherings and will not be allowed

benefits to the neighborhood can be Nearly 30,000 persons cheered wild- der forbidding all future importationssaid. \ I
I estimated. Payrolls of the mills runs ly as members of the Ku Klux Klan announced fora.
/er
(lt omewhercs about a $1,000 a day. paraded through the business section 1\ \

of Jacksonville Friday; night and an- BRADFORD

'!t Although official registrations of other 5,000 applauded the 200 new Fa rmElectric light:
tho Florida University are not yet members as they were initiated into i" \ M ,
Bradford, Sept. 21.-Mrs.\ S. C. An- M
y'' Dr. A. A. Murphreo has tho
complete, mysteries of the Invisible Empirean
dreu and sister in Brooker Sat .
and
were Power PlantffieDELCO'LIGHTMan
announced that tho 1,200 mark has hour later at the South Jackson- urday.A ; \
been reached and Indications point I ville baseball park. There was no
that at the end of the first semesterthe repitition of the klan meetings in : party was given at the home of I 4 / ....

aggregate attendance will range I'erth Amboy, N. J., and Carnegie, C. M. Andreu Saturday riight. A N \

4 between 1,500 and 1,600. Pa., where spectators fired guns, large crowd attended and expressed
threw bricks anti hooted till rulied themselves at having had an enjoy- N is

A black bear weighing 150 pounds and masked men. No disorders were able time. '-,

was killed near Aripeka Tuesday by reported to the police here or in south Miss Geneva Harrell spent the -readyinstall

/ Harry Mickler, county clerk. Sev- Jacksonville. week-end with her parents here.

eral men were in the party who were Livingston and Wilson RUBS, Ros. --WJ11DELCiIGHT::
p and Orvil Ward were in our commun-
after the animal. Bruin had been Within less! than five hours after -
eating the pigs in the Aripeka neighborhood ;\ ity Saturday night.R. .
, the body of J. H. Lane, grove owner, IlantCOMPLETE549'CJ
A. Weeks and family and Miss -
c and it was derided to put a was removed from a shallow gravein .
Hawkins, of Brooker, motored thru
I stop to it. which it had been burled in his -
.: our burg Sunday evening.Mr. .. ..
-
grove near Seffner, a man giving his a
The lumber companies of Santa and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and
\( name as Frank Miller, Frank Meyer $
son attended services at Miller Sun
I Rosa county aro planning to plant
and Joe Myer, was arrested, charged
f I't nearly 4,000 acres of their cut over with the murder of Lane. The accused day.Miss

t'' lands to ,Satsuma oranges this season man was locked up late tonight, Lottie Galney spent the week '

'f f;: -one company planting/ nearly 2,500 apparently In a dazed condition from end with her parents at Brooker.S. ./ .

r acres alone. It seems to be a promising liquor or drugs. lie confessed! to the C. Andreu, Cephus Harrell and for the most popular
solution of the problem of whatto ,N. G. Hayes motored to LaCrosse
f crime, saying he had shot Lane Wed- on farm size +
do with the cutover lands of northern Sunday. / planttion
nesday evening with the latter's own // l
I
i and western Florida. revolver. After the murder he is said i l

Three bullets which have been embedded ied to have the dug body.a shallow He then grave took and Lane's bur- o..lleiie.ei...ei. T TNBQUALLED installation facilJ of that plant it include the

In his brain for weeks aro automobile and Dome of his clothes \ iti... including a nation-wide standard Deloo-Light Eride Battery

not worrying Chester Taylor, promi- and drove to Tampa, where he was r Inactive organization of over 4,000 installation oompoeed of sixteen large capacity
nent habitue of the "scrub," of Tam arrested when h. returned to the car man, male it possible for Deloo-Lfcht cells, built for long life, with extra

pa. The negro was discharged from which he had parked in front of a with their quantity production to set thick plate. and heavy glass jan the
the hospital several days ago, when downtown hotel. When apprehended Liver the lowest price ever announced for wiring of your house for ten light to

physicians decided he was able to Meyer attempted to escape, but was i l an electric light plant compltttly be located anywhere you wish one
the leaden load without any in bstf JJgd. outlet wherever want
carry stopped by a shot from the officer's power you may
convenience. pistol. "I I have had trouble with And-It is highly Important in pur it| a standard set of ten drop light
jS .. Inactive liver L. with ,, .
wrete Mrs. chasing any lighting that you ? isa dtenstandaarrdelectric
Edward Smith of Jacksonville, was PECULIAR BUG ON STRAWBERRIES .J S. Nichols, ., 4412 Spencer r know the hut llJ elm these t
fatally injured and his negro fireman d St., Houston, Texas. "Who light bulbs-the complete installation
The installed for
) price the
4 I would get constipated would P moat popu ready for you to turn on the light.
lar size
Deloo-Light include
l' .,......'.. 'D'g ....... ..K.'IIIDX" : Wauchulll.M""lTIcRae! and 4|4| feel head.l a light To duty la feeling In my only the plant itself plant-it include not the This i. the way to buy your electric

j, .71.'U.g McCollum, truckers of this section, JM with a lightness get up the the head morning and freight it include the actual install' light and power plant.
have reported a peculiar bug that is *

General infesting their strawberry plants, 41! that a trembly the stomach feeling U is out often of a order.sign Term So Easy You Cannot Afford To Be Without One
p
causing them to die and continue
they jZ For this I took Thld/ rtl'i Te II *My tut yw te .M year bo-LUhl Plant w. h.T. Me a very low
Insurance to die, good or bad weather mak- Black-Draught and that tmt at.*. die Mraw Twy ...". Th. looeL eIUCbt man will
ing no difference.It -. doubt without a l .. IbeM ....... te yea A libenl dUoonnt showed for ....
fjg can My I have never
AND seems that something. / happensto m found Its equal In any liver E Slayer Outfit With Smaller Six Plant $442.50
the bud of the plant and a day or I fU medicine. It not only cleans
two later they would be dead. After
I the liver, but leaves you in such It.
Real Estate looking into the matter they discovered KM a !good condition. I have usedit Th World'. Largest Farm Light Plant Manufacturer
a bug, very peculiar In nature, .
: a long time, when food does
which they believe are packing the '. -not seem to set well, or the NOW make it poaible for you to get J'OUTDELeO.

I buds full of sand, and where they aa stomach U a little sour."
.
found these bugs in the plants, the .
& BURNS
PEEK
sand seemed to be glued to the plants O I If it isnTl .. LIGHT
until It would hardly shake loose. The |
M
"Not too big for small businessnor lings' are about the size of a house ;: 3 I Thedford's
too small for big buaineaa", ly'! tint In nature, and h' ve a peculiar i P Over 2OOOOO Satisfied Users
head with horny ears which stick up- 1 .

Your Business U Cordially) So- on the top of their head. They can 1 it isn't rBLACKDRAUGHT DELCO-LIOHL..COMPANY.'. D YTON. OHIO __'_

be' seen when they move, but when ..
limied.s
they stop they,* are hard. to detect, as tI: T
they are the c.ior of the ground and 041
Office with C. L. Peek are loaded with sand. They do rot } I Liver Medicine. JOS. E. WILSON Dealer

fly but crawl on tHe ground, and when I
t Telephone 83 :: I molested they jump similar to a frog GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA
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11: CHAMP FLOORS ARGENTINE CUl'UCIIES AND COMFORT the Lord in the beauty of Holiness" cities and even in many towns arc'' M.ltfl Cause ur,,p ana tntluen/a. I

I1ll'llhJ.I/ command. to make tho temples provided recreation room and buildings 'XA"'I" iwnMot I-.ET.b.t: : .emnse'h' t'
Morior, loss! in different \. rw.. riv". "i only onoM" "' .. QU."I.. '
recently; n minister u place and If possible and! swimming pools kitchen
t: IV c'{ova:a!: r ."".run.on !two. TerIlsbual
CHALLENGER FIVE TIMES IN a Kentucky church decided that it ningnif K'lont. and parlors In nil of those the senMinnl -
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\\ti 8 entirely too warm for comfort There is never a reason found, i and suitable clothing! is worn t won"tipatton cured

FIRST I in the pulpit and realizing that it I however for adding\ discomfort to the and church people! and their friends j in .14 to 1 1 Days wf f

ROUND TITLE BOUT Ii was probably as warm in the pews, duty that is no demand for tho chins are encouraged to bo at ease. Why "I.A X-FOS WITH PI:I'SIN" Is a sprcI.eii't:. t

i took off his coat and collar and invited tening of the flesh in the modern then In the part of the building re- ; Coimtimtioii|)rcpiiriilS)ruToiuc-Liixnt.lvefiirH.itiiiuul| It relieves promptly' hut! 1 ,

.Ic( of Continents" la Fiercest, I afti-r J his victory over Luis !! I the "men present to follow his forms of worship. Just as a mutter nerved! fur religious I services should received example, if they (desired to do so. electric be to induce rctiiilur' al"'OIl.' It Stimulates ;
and :Most Spectacular In I of comparison it may be said that fans or cooling devices ,
Itt Firpo, that he
never had I Takj.. 61k.
1 Very Iluutmnt
KcKulatos. to
Some of the reduced the \
clothingworn *
men '
the millions who connected with !
tb. wry of Pugilism. I such a socking in his life. are omitted, or furnaces and ventilation' per bottle 1 .
I I1J'IOoJ as suggested, others declinedto the chinches are not required to ._ '
projects for thu other I seasons' ? It -- ---- v'k
"I '
I
won
as thought I would said
take off and there
anything was
make church attendance
a penance : '
'? \ : IlENMSEY: SHOWS'j] Jack. "But I can truthfully say that some discussion, dissension and a'' seems too bad l that either a minister I A -r-ri.fM: ) FEEI.ING: 1 11y
WORLD HE IS STILL The great majority go to church to l
UP I never had such a fight in nil The seemed to in tho should bo cut- i' That tined lnilf-tiirli. ilmcourtiKod; fill
matter
my resignation. be instructed in the right way if living or n man pews torpid
.
l l.-t,\TKST OK RING CIIUII'i i lug cumiil: by a liver mat ronnti- +
life.
STAGES WHIRLWIND When he socked me on the chinin be serious and became so when tho to offer prayers for strength and fering from the heat-or from cold- : gated! towel ran l Iro> got Urn rid of unit \ ,

,IP'S: the first round, knocking me thru incident threatened disruption of the >, the (praise for blessings. To ho uncomfortable during wrvires.( If tho building cannot '( snrprisin1{ pminpiiirM. liy using; 1I.'rl>inll. ':' I iIVCK. tho \ oil f.'I.I". U'lii-liriiit effect nit Ii till lirntlorn
ropes after I had knocked him church organization and severingof in church is somethingthat i
bo node comfortable then surely' ( as its purilX and regulating '(J.'I't..
down, I thought finish had between lender andflock : mpg: ; ( < ?'iff
my connection
come.1 miint react against) tho peace thorough mill rumpli-U' It not only ,
tie, Polo Grounds, New York, "Those who told me that Firpo Tho weather probably changed which| is expected to !hover within ,,,'cI the people ought/ to be allowed to driven out pile and impurities lint it imparts J '

'S-By( Associated Press)- : would be a soft mark certainly were f' during\ few weeks and the resignation I'red walls. Churches should\ bo com dress for the occasion and cause notliRiigrioubla n splendid! feeling, : of exhilaration, ;

mpsey" |, tonight retained his I IIwavyweight talking: through their hats. Afterhe I of the pastor was not accptedbut fortable.In COl11n1l'I1t.1'imeUn- i I Htretiptliim I'rieo I COc. t'tllrby, \and buoyancy' of cpinta.' I
I .
a
title, knocking' slammed me with that first right, certainly his efficiency in that
the modern church of the ion.
plants All Stores
i- Angel Firpo, the "wild bull : I knew that I had a fight on my place must be impaired, and all because i Drug 1 .

Pampas, In the second round hands.. Firpo is dangerous, every the builders of churches fail --- -- ,
if the fiercest and fastest and I st>cond. I hit him with everything I 1 to make them comfortnble.

pep, .tnculnr battles in the hisf hail and certainly was surprised Few churches are comfortable at COME GiQLS I i o. ;ui s + "a'+ 16 THB LIVUW J

pugilism. when he continued to crawl off the I nil seasons of the year and
champion floored his Argenillenger j floor. I day and yet they are designed to R k1MaiiaIOw ,-o THEOTHBC'J. ,

five times in the first ) "1Io is game and the hardest be available at all seasons and for SWEETHOME .' '

i ml twice in the second round ,.cher I ever faced. It was the pun-I' many occasions. The designers go I

i short right uppercut to the I time I was knocked down to great lengths to provide space,

nt Firpo down for the last. became champion, and I'll never for accommodations, room and In the

Gut in the three minutes and 1 get it I saw eight million stars great majority of instances beauty

,ands of whirlwind, terriffic when I ,got that punch that knockedme and grandeur are sought. It is the f s II ,

., ',iir: Dempsey himself omw was sphawling." aspiration of the devout to "worship"in C+.ur Makes

.,d clear through the onf Firpo Silent in Defeat I a temple that rises above its sur- a "Bare"Eacape b .

the press benches and, A'rog-I roundings and by grace in design s.p
Luis Angel Firpo was as silent
imler a bombardment of ornamentation be
and such as may
and sombre in defeat tonight as he
nitS, once sank to his knees. afforded, stand a beacon and inspira-
I had been in his moment of greatest b '
H fore Firpo went hurtling down tion to higher thoughts. Churches r
lIe Bat in his _
\ictory. dressing: room
defeat, carrying with him then I are made as beautiful as man can design '
,ittcrcd, hopes of a continent, he I Irav after the bout in an apparent daze, and 1 money is not spared in planor Terr / 3
unable to realize the swiftness with >
GilkisonIAUTOCAITI 1
a vast, frenzied, throng of 85- which he had been beaten. finish. It is very generally admitted ,

.>)f' ine of the most thrilling and that the command to "Worship ,
,irngeoua ring exhibitions of all At first he refused to talk, but ) r
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.vet Battered, bloody, groggy, after a moment he mumbled: 1 .2 81

.howcd his marvelous stamina by "I did the best I could. Dempseywas Robs Calomel of 1Q I IAND THIS IS WHEWI'CXXIUWT' $AI futile/ '

limit\ back with a whilrwind, crush- the better man. I never have COZy' \ THE 6ATNQOOP-
IB drive toward the close of theft felt such blows as he gave'me." Nausea and Danger 61QL4 I II SECOND f I WI K OLUI VWULTJ -tl1.Ss I i.

round. Horatio Lavalle, the dapper little /, I TELL ME WMEN 4$5q '.. ,
It had the title holder tottering trainer who came from the Argentineto \ 1 I I Ill ORlNjlAJ6( VI6ItbQ4 NOMQ f Is", f tI r.rr .

oxer to losing his crown than atm direct Firpo's championship bat- Medicinal Virtues Retained and Im 1 I

." time in his career. tle, also had little to say. I IVo proved-Iangeroua'and Sickening 9> b a P/ y'., o .' i t

"\ are proud of Firpo in defeat Qualities Removed: Perfected Tab- N 'r;.
Round One 1
as much as/we would have been had I let called "Calotabs." |

Dempsey missed a left hook to chin he won," said Lavalle. lOne gave his

IIld dug right to Firpo's body, send- best courageously but it was not good The latest triumph of modern science ..,. ,

'11 him to his knees. Demsey floor- enough. But he went down I like! a I: is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab- :I

Firpo with a left hook to the ) true fighter." let known to the drug trade as "Calo- I',.I. ,, ,

u he staggered to his feet chin"1 .
tabs. Calomel, the most generally > bI
unt of The champion sent .1. ,4ll -
one. Luis Angel Ready for Another useful of all medicines thus enters on <
,(ashing\ to the floor for the third 'CP'I wider field of popularity-purified ;::1,
I New York, Sept. 14-(fly a tit
rime with. n hard right\ to the jaw and refined from those objectionable l'ou..T''_ 'THe
'I' he did not take a count. Dempsey ted Press-Luis) Angel Firpo, defeated which have heretofer limitedits -.- &'1 'P'uNCr4'5 .A. r S
qualities ,
declared t d+ t
'iirhting furiously, knocked( him ton by Jack Dempsey tonight, \\Zuaa.q pALt
he would be ready to take another use. *
'" floor for the fourth time with a
shot at the heavyweight cham- In biliousness, constipation, head- .
n, 'lit to the chin. When he got up,
pionship of the world in a year. "I aches and indigestion, and in a great T -
chased to neutral
n"mpsey Firpo n ) iv
far. flooring him with a right and will be back," he said. variety of liver, stomach and kidney -j: =-
made the following state- troubles calomel was the most successful -
to. the chin for the fifth knockn Firpo
I remedy, but Its use was often
: Firpo, battling like a tiger\ ment: ii
account of its sickening
"d. Dempsey to the side of the "In a year I will be back again, neglected on
I Now it la the easiest and
qualities. f,
nd and top ropes with a savage'n tonight I feel I made a creditable
tak.e.One .
most pleasant of medicines to
'n' ) the jaw. The champion, showing. I did what no other man I w
Culotab at bedtime, with a swallow -
ding from the Inouth, was grog- has done to Jack Dempsey, the cham-
of water-th/lt's all. No taste *
I knocked him down. I knocked <
dazed
Kirpo' pounded the Demp- pion. -
no griping, no nausea, no salts. A 1**
<"n the jaw with sledge-hammer: him outside the ropes. I came I
and the next morn
good nights sleep
< a* the round ended Firpo al- within an ace of winning the championship -
ing are feeling fine, with a clean
vie- bleeding from the mouth as hem in the first round. you m
liver purified system and a big ap-
I a
to his corner. "r will make a motor trip to Can- i
Eat what please. No
petite. you
Round Two ada. Then I will go to my home back

in Duenos Aires and when I come danger.
How
Pirpo swung a right to Dempsey'aiitlers. I back I will be better prepared to Calotabs are sold only in original, 10 Advertise'J
hooked left to I
Dempsey a
thirtyfivecents
fight the champion." sealed packages, price
'bin and then drove both fists I
for the large family package, ;es!

the body and the challenger fell II Buenos Aires, Sept, Sept. 14-By( j ten cents for the small, trial package.

the floor. Firpo, bleeding and Associated Press-The) defeat of I Your druggist is authorized to refundbe have always advertised
was cornered and floored for
soggy
with Calo-
Luis Angel Firpo by Jack Dempseywas thoroughly delighted MEN
the second time but he quickly jumpto '
a stunning blow to the tens of the price as 'guarantee that you will themselves and their "
his feet. Dempsey chased Fir- 7-6-13t *
tabs.-Adv.( )
thousands of people who throngedthe
nn. to the center of the ring, whipping
streets of Buenos Aires tonight .
vcr a left hook and a right upperut deeds then their religion "
hoping to receive the news that their ; ;
to the chin knocking the giant
had for his country the
Argentine flat. With blood trickling fighter won '
championship of the world. today their products and
from his mouth, Firpo rolled overit I
When it became known that Firpo Iv
his back while Referee Gallagher
had lost, groans were to be heard business. {
ounted him out. Demsey nervously I
among the crowd in front of the
rushed over and helped pick up his
bulletin boards and< some of the peo- .
'alien foe and then trotted to his corner fJlThe most effective advertising -
,. ple wept. f

Thus ended one ofthe greatest ring Several vented their disappointment today is through the
by throwing stones at the large ,
mttles
in the history of pugilism.
electric sign reading: "Dempsey wins; I '
around printed word --- and right
The crowd remained quitely
Jack, "Never Had Such a Socking"Jack i

Dempsey admitted tonight the paper bulletin extras boards were out until, then the news-grad- We grind Our Own Lenses. there is where we are qualified .

ually melted away. Some groups NODELAYQa.inesv'ille.

ASPIRINSay shouted: "Defeated yes; discouraged, to serve you.

no. We await revenge!" Florida. I

The streets leading to the newspa- Every printed page should ,

"Bayer" and Insist! per offices where the bulletins were DO' 'T WAIT

displayed\ were blocked by the thickly be a pleasing picture 0 f p

packed crowds for a distance of see

eral blocks street car service was Take Advantage of a Stark Citizen' type, paper, ink and ill us-
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deviated. The mounted police had I Experience. '

strenuous, efforts in keeping order. When the back begins to ache. trations. We can make it
uA the so-called mentorof
Felix Bunge, Don't wait until backache "becomes

Firpo, apparently took the defeatof "The chronic; so for you, if you let us help : '

his champion philosophically.
best man won, but that is all I can 'Till kidney troubles develop; plan your printing job. .
'Till urinary troubles destroy night'srest. .
declared.Tex
say, Bunge ij
who promoted the
Richards,
Profit by a Stark.:: citizen's expert
Dempsey-Flrpo bout tonight, an- ience. '

nounced at the close of the drama Mrs. D. Stllley. MaJlMon St.. says: Bradford County Telegraph

that he was ready to stage another "I Buffered from lame back and kidney 'pl

Unless :you see the name "Bayer" on bout between the champion and his complaint. A heavy dull ache

parkam or on tablet you are nut getting Argentine challenger next summer through my kidney. mad me inner

the by genuine physicians Uayer over product twenty-two prescribed and a bout between Firpo and Wills able and 1 was hardly able to get I +

around. I felt; tired, languid and, out ;
:years and provwl safe by millions\ for the American negro. l y :
of sort My brl.t.her bad used Doan'i

CoMa Headache 1 Kidney Pills so I bought a box at
Toothache Lumbago THE FLORID.SAoJITARIU:
Earache Rheumatism Mitchell's Drug S;" re. I soon felt i

Pain, Pain better and after unlrut three boxes I
Neuralgia and Honoital,
Sanitarium
Florida wa4 cured of the attack. My back t(
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"only. surgical, ma- a
Fla. Medical,
Orlando,
containsproper was free from pain and 1 felt like a
Each unbroken package
directions. Handy boxes 01 ternity, capacity 100 patients. Equip- different woman." a

twelve. tablet cost few cent. Drul ment modern, rest, diet, physiological IOc at all dealer' KOHIT Mllburo
{gist t. alllO l cell tnttte of 24 and IOO. therapeutics. Unexcelled In the Booth- Co., Mfrs. D Cat "1. Y.
Aspirin is the trade mark nt. -Buyer ( e-25-tf.
Manufacture of Mow>_tlcBcld i
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| soon reach 300. Faculty as follows Carter and W. L. Dixon were buss I leader.l -- "

Ji Bradford County Telegraph ; Principal, Prof. Sidney D. Padgett. neBS visitors to Lawtey Friday. What is i, Gambling and What i it::1 -mow sue-. "' 1I

=.-=-: .. .. :: High school teachers, Miss\ Nicholson I Mrs. Ida Williams and children,,, Leads! to-Mrs. A. A. Futch. $ \; \: :u t 'ear

;. Kaspcr G. Duncan, one to be supplied Ben, Gordon, and Francos, motored to Song, Standing on the Promises. I Honor Men Who Walk Lonely Paths that Good
Published weekly and entered as I Jacksonville Friday. Prayer-Lynn Hall. r"Hiitorv May Come to Those Who Doubt

fr E ''; 1 \! second class matter at the post i Grammar school teachers, l Irs. K. i Quite a number from here and Clay Why is Raining or Taking a Chanco I I u >

4 .' t E. !Rogers, Mrs.\ Mary Johnson, Mr*. Hill attended the road meeting and Gambling-Emma Johnson. .
Starke Florida.
1 I, { I P, a office= at .- Minnie Warren, M'as' Howard MISJIiussell I barbecue at Green Cove Springs last Why do People Find it Hard to I I'' Step on the Information Gas ]

v 1C.S: MATTHEWS. Editor; and Owner II I ; )) Hi'erlllIlIs Uuhannan Mrs. Thursday.Rev. Give up Gambling?-Evelyn Jones.

f I II I :Vxclle, Knight, :\L"ta I :'ama Wul.o- J. L. Conway, of Green Cove, Scripture reading by all. I To provide a better understanding of the economic" :',/n > jr

4 I1 I- I I'r-ld., held regular services at the Baptist Song, I Shall Know Him. ,I underlying motor transportation in every part of tIlt \\uUi.'. ]

1 I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I Joe L. Howling, who has been here church Sunday and Saturday before Sunday afternoon, Sept. Oth, a Wo the first International :Motor:\ Transport Congress ever la-Ul 1 m

1 I' for a couple of weeks visiting his The next regular meeting will be held man's Council was organized at the I the United States will be convened in May, 1924, ia the mty of

family, has returned to his place of I Saturday night before the third Sun- Christian church by :Mrs\ W. E.
will be under tho auspices of the !Nn; :
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Detroit. The / hard
t congress i '
business. He is salesman for the day and no service will bo held on Daugherty. The following officers

v Per Year ___________________2.00 Delaware Punch Co., of San Antonio, j Sunday owing to the association being were elected: Automobile Chamber of Commerce. Delegates will attend] fnm

4 Texas.J. / held at that time at Long Branch President, Mrs. J. Allen. all quarters of the civilized globe. The conference is to last fur.

R. Terrell, who has been visiting I Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang and Mist\ Vice president; Mrs. A. A. Futch. dars. ">

.. No wonder Grover Bergdoll, the relatives and friends in Jacksonville Elithe Collins were visitors to Law- Secretary, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. The automotive industry is of first economic importance in

P draft evader, Is so popular with the and New Berlin, returned home Sun- i toy Saturday Assistant secretary, 1lrs.V.. L.
r i s this country whatever it may be abroad, and it will be wall
Germans.
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a ,2r 00,000,000automobile
i pays > Joe Marr, of Lnwtey, visited relatives Bugg
t tax, not in marks, but in day.Mrs.. M.\ I'. Eddy and sister, Miss here Sunday. Treasurer, :Mrs.\ J, H. Saxon. for those who have their millions invested in it to have brought

i 1 good American dollars. Kate Epperson, of Alachun:: were the G. H. Barker and H. C. Wimberly, I Organist, :Miss\ Evelyn Jones. home to them the fact .that the_great American .market fur the

u guests uf their narents. Mr. and Mrs.G. Jr., spent the week-end here with They will meet every Friday evening i automobile is tho American small town ana the American tarn

(I. ; Nothing the mutter with Europe; A.: Epperson:a few days thlek friends and relatives. at 3:30.:; A special Bible study !I The teeming millions in the great cities might lead tile

.' 4 aho is normal. Wars and preparations I R. E.: Dell made a business trip to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. George and son I is taken up and the Bible school lesson unthinking to imagine that all the motor cars in the world are

II 1. for war, broken promises, famines Aluchun Tuesday.Dr. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. for the :following Sunday will be bought by the rich city folk, but; actually the city consumption

and attempts to borrow money, A. S. York, who has been the J. Starling at Clay Hill. discussed each time. is small as compared with that of the country. More nearly

are industries that flourish now as guest of his sister, Mrs J. E. Maines Miss Leona Gong returned to her Their first meeting was held Sept. seventy than fifty per cent of all of the cars manufacture"! "! In

} well as ever before. and family, returned to his home in home in Jacksonville Saturday after 14th, with 14 members present. The this Country, we are told, are bought in towns up to 5noo

1'' St. Petersburg Tuesday. a visit with R. D. Prescott and fair meetings are open to any one who population. The sooner the manufacturers', have this fact dnen"

I a There in much complaint of the Last Thursday the Baptist Sunday ily.Mrs. wishes I to take up these studies. home to them the sooner will they see the necessity of givaig

government, the state and the vari school gave a picnic Worthington R. H. English left Tuesday local dealers of whom
Mrs. C. Van Alstine is the guest greater: aid to the small town many .Jo
Y ous organizations! trying more and Springs. Quite a large number attended for her home at DeLand after two
a of Mrs. F. M. Johnson this week. I such yeoman work in the stimulation and creating of a market
more to take care of us. But then and enjoyed the day. weeks' visit here with her
parents, D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was a for the manufacturers/ they represent. Some manufacturers! wiih
we are becoming more careless and Misses Annie Howard and Pearl !Mr. and Mrs.'E. L. Griffls. Mr. Grif- what the local dealer is i
n .business visitor here this week. j forward l vision fully appreciate ilnmif
\ irresponsible all the time, and guardianship Brown, of Miller, were shopping in fis accompanied her as far as Jack his and do not
] t\ deems to be needed. town Saturday. sonville. Mrs. M. L. Maynard is the guest of |" but others fail to sense importance appreciate

her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Alexander. j his effort. ,
Hal Y. Manes and Winifred Load- Mrs. II. F. Grand
We see many small kids rigged Up and Ben Wilkinson Mrs W R. Jackson, who has been Great as is the absorption of motor cars in the country, it
holtz visited friends at Miller Sun- of Jacksonville
,, in spectacles, presumably because spent Sunday visiting friends and relatives in Macon would be even greater if the average local dealer could afford,

they need them. But if the glasses day. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ga., has returned home. to cover his!'! potential market more intensively. What he m-wlg. .,
Maurice and John Langfard, of F.. Wilkinson.Mr. .
d are not kept clean they are worse Master F. M. Johnson, who hap ;is backing to the limit, and no more constructive work "ciin b&
Gainesville were in town the first of Wilkinson
I than useless.! A boy will never on his the week. back accompanied them pened to the misfortune of falling done at the coming conference than the work of bringing before
to Jacksonville
own volition wash his fare, anfl he Miss returned and left Monday from a horse and dislocating his I the industry the actual truth regarding the cultivation of the
Mary Thompson to
morning with his
son-in-law fora
ran, therefore, be depended on to not shoulder a few weeks ago, is able to small town motor !market the backbone of American ponaump-
her home in Savannah
Wednesday, motor trip through the
southern
4i l keep his glasses clean. use his arm again. j tion, of everything that is worthwhile. -
t after several weeks' visit with her part of the state.
s Rev. A. S. Jones filled his regular
friend, Miss Clarice Long. Dr. Culer Wilkinson of I
w' t A Florida judge recently scolded Maxville, appointment at tho Baptist When lip Scotchman returning from a visit. to T..ondon11I asked
the bliss Carrie Belle Brown, of Mil visited relatives here Saturday. Sunday morning and evening. chUrCh'j) bow .In-, liked tin* tout he Hull, It was wonderful but that the people u<<.r<>
i attorneys appearing before him
ler, was in town Monday and attended not 111I1JI.nt. HP fought Itlox of matt'hea--I.()()()> for a IH-IIIIJ/ -and
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Monday for Jacksonville where he
for "murdering" the English lan the opening exercises of the high I found\ the box: contalnnil. only II t2. We wOIIt..r'hllt, ha would Hn.\' of mir
t i guage. The lawyers are not to blame. school. HAMPTON will visit his sister before returning political' iiriMiilMpH' hefore election and political I performances nft..r-

11q After perusing tho newly made, un- Misses Clarice Long and MarA'aretrownllenrl to his home in Lake City. I nurd Don't( Cornet the season of political docility Is at hand Gather

rectified, uncodified laws, couched in spent the week-end at Mil\ Hampton Sept. 21.-Miss Daisy The large\ stave mill in the western jour roHHH while \e limy.

p .I I a language only remotely resembling !Moore, of Theressa, who is teaching part of town will soon be in opera I
er. We soldier the other ilny-that Is, he luid been a soldier In the
saw n
i in the public schools at tion. Hampton Is boom and
the Luwtey on a
English was
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they cannot expected todo Miss Ruth Roberts, of Worthington: great. wnr. :Now lie in selling, m-wllcs from. house to huuse nec'dlpn-, ,
{! r i i \ purists. Such reading!: is not to be entered school hero Monday. She ia I a visitor here Saturday.J. work is plentiful.' made. la ieriunny. Surely the housewife\ tlud herself on the horns/ uf
J. Lawrence, of Brooklyn Miss Emma Futch, who has .been I
recommended to those who wish to staying/ at the home of Mrs. A. C. was a lUt'iiiiiiii.
1 talk and write good\ English.: ; transacting business here this week. in Ohio for several months, has returned
Strickland.
tfd Dennis Brannen, who is an em I home. She visited Mount Ver- i Evidently the national civil service reform leiimie U not without a
Miss Margaret Dekle of St. Augus- It recommends to ]TreHldent that "the burden"
of liuinor. Coolidge
'\ 'J !, We have received from the national ploye of the Farmers Rolling Red Washington, and other points of'' HH-nfti
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tine, spent the week-end with her of 12IiISSr: Federal appointments bo taken from the executive Hhuuldertt-l
'!, t' agricultural department a soil map mother, Mrs. T. J. Dekle. Store of Jacksonville, has been the interest. j thAt nil poxli'mstpr. Ie I H,>ll"'II'IIly\ c-V'll service exanilnntlons. Surely

f t of Duval county. This map, besides Rev Butler and family were in our guest of his pare/its, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. E. Lee of Lake Geneva, was a _: -eculine hour has been selected for such a recommendation. *

.. being I a master piece of cartography, town Saturday shopping J. Brannen. isinesa 1 visitor here Tuesday.

shows infinite pains in classifying the The Christian Endeavor met at the Mrs. Jones, postmaster as Sampson "
(t Miss Esnl Howard arrived here on I
soils of the county, apparently each"forty" Christian church Sept. 12th, with an City, was a visitor hero this thinks enforcement of the game law
d Saturday to begin work as teacherin past six months. One man in !going
having been examined. As attendance of 42. The following program week. is going to be in
the high school.! easy certain backwoods to the Big Scrub to fish, had two tires
tho map also shows improved and unimproved was rendered, with A. fFutcl1 Last Tuesday evening, Hiram Wilson ( sections of this state, they will ruined
going and two the other
on
I roads, and the buildings as leader. who has been disabled from a change their minds on reading what up
BROOKER side of his
car were cut coming back.
9, I t along them, it is interesting to note Opening song, Yield Not to Temp stroke of paralysis some two years one man going into the Big Scrub to After the damage done this

14 : that about 00 per cent of the latter tation. ago, fell dead on the street. He had fish in Lake county ran against was man
Brooker up ,
Sept. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. / made a search for the cause. Scraping -
are along the improved roads. Subject, Gambling. no relatives in this section.J. discovered and to
brought
B. F. Hazen motored to Santos Friday light. The the sand with his foot where he
Scripture lesson Proverbs 16:8 F. Johnson of is the
: ; Zephyrshill, Eustis Lake Region tells the
where he is story:
employed. thought the mischief
I was done he unearthed
; In Bradford county no reforestation Jeremiah 17:9-11.: guest of A. A. Durden and family There
exhibited
Supt. II. B. Wiggins of Starke, visited was in the Lake the thing and brought it with
by artificial means is needed, as Prayer and interesting talk by the this week. Region office this
the school here Wednesday.H. morning one of the him. It is
tha
i reported in that sec-
nature grows a dozen trees for each Many of our people have been attending most ingenious and
at the
P. Gainey motored to Worthington same time tion natives hunt the
;r Y i one cut down. Whatever the grass .1 the revival services at the damnable devices of destruction it year around;
Springs Tuesday.
that deer
fires may have done to injure old Waldo Methodist church. and turkey are shot every
abandoned Jas. Reynolds, of Graham, was a unrjcttco has ever been our knowledge: to look week in the year, in fact, at any time
turpentined trees Work the hard surfaced
they by roads
a on I I It block
visitor here Thursday.Mrs. upon. was a of wood in when it suits the needs
keeping the short have allowed have been started pleasure or
and
grass stumping which
three
sections of
J. E. Clemons is on the sick a mower of the individual.
It is also
reported
I, the fallen)) pine mast to test directly clearing near the cemetery being un- blade
set in
list this week. Her many friends wish were a triangular shapeso that
moonshining is being carried on
,I .. .upon. the soil_,.Instead. of_ upon long, her a speedy recovery. der way. that it would be impossible for an 1 in that section hence the
coca grans and the seeds nave Miss Alta Robinson, who has been reason why
spccu- automobile tire to
Leroy Lewis, of Arcadia, is visiting pass over it with- don't
they want strangers coming into
ily taken root and made young trees. relatives here. visiting friends and relatives in High out being cut half in two. The con-
The short when that section is obvious. It i is a
grass burning does Springs has returned to her home
traption was found in the
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clemons have road between most damnable to
: practice and ought
not make a fierce enough fire to hurt here.
moved to Starke. We wish them success Moss Bluff and Long Pond in
"" j ,: the little trees. nor to burn the grassroots in their new home. The W. M. U. of the Baptist church the edge of Marion county It had be stopped It it takes the state militia -

I and no humus is lost. Mlsa Eunice Hazen of Island Grove met at the home of Mrs. V. B. Wheeler been buried in the rut in the sand I to (J it. A man who will deliberately -

S spent the week-end here with rela last Tuesday evening. Attendancewas road with the sharp steel sections place a device of that kind in
It Is becoming noticeable that good and the Intl.'restinA'
many meeting very -
I' small farmers and "croppers" are tives. ,I pointing upward so that no car could a public road for the purpose of crippling -

y moving to the towns to compete with Royce Gainey spent Saturday urac.a.rxR. 1 pass over it without passing over the automobiles will not stop at

i the negroes for jobs of manual work. ternoon in Graham. af-//I A FIENDISH DEVICE knives. It ia said that more than anything under the sun that he deems

t 'Ik This In sorry business and the misguided Vascoe Hazen and Troy I THE GREAT CONTROVERS7 $1,000 worth of tires have been ruined necessary for the safe conduct of his

I ones soon find it out. The day.motored to Worthington Springs Fri- ,! Hglotis The great circles controversy revolves arouml"t within to. I' Florida Fisherman; : If anybody in that particular spot within the nefarious trade.

comparatively high paid in the
wages Mrs. E. N. Hazen, Lorene and Vas- : great facts
l towns la
probably their reason for i
y leaving the country, but when there coe Hazen attended to business in FIRST: THI INFALLIBLE Blet!. .. .
1 Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. The holy scriptures themselves
are three or more idle days for each' I
\ Cynthia Lopez returned to Inverness Ute tlit they are Inspired by Almighty E UNCLE SAM'S FOREIGN POLICY
day when a job can be secured, it I I God. therefore Infallible.
lust week to be with her sister -
means starvation. No matter how Jemis Christ while on earth tentlrtwl
Mrs.\ Scofield. I
k poorly a tiller of the soil gets along, to their authority infallibility and iNE /ir / W
e whether farming for himself or Misses Lorene Hazen and Thelma right to supremacy In one's life. The 1A'ft0d, SNwlo WoRk Yj0 RK cqI, (Y d f Wo RN K

Thomas, of Raiford, spent the weekend '' orthodox clmrcJT'of Jesus' Christ testfnvtl -
working on shares, he and his family
here with relatives ': to their Infallibility. They ar* tCr
l have, at least plenty to eat, which is I' the Word of Uod-the only rule Of
Leila Mae
and Andreu
Troy spent
by no means assured for the white faith and practice.Of .
the weekend at New River with rel-
c man who chooses to compete with the ; course Satan Is trying to breakdown :
atlvt' belief In the authority of the
negroes {is a laborer I
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Miss Hawkins scriptures. Nationalistic forces the

spent Saturday in Starke. forces of Infidelity, atheism socialism 1-
LAKE BUTLER ajul Holshovlsiu are dpnyuw that
H. P. Gainey and Louis Shriver attended -
the scriptures are Infallible. They

Lake Butler, Sept 21.-Monday to business in LaCrosse Fri are doing. It because they want to .
day. destroy the authority of the scrip
morning the Lake Butler high school
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of Starke, wasa turl' If the agencies of ale can
opened with the following program: visitor here Saturday destroy the scriptures then they hsve
i !March, Miss Margaret Thies. all easy road to the satisfaction of
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKInnoy returned all the lusts and
j Invocation-Rev. S. S. Proctor. passions of human
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I Song, America. home Sunday from Newman, nature

t j c Scripture reading-Rev. Jo'V.. Cra Ga., where he has been taking a tele- SECOND: : THE: Vuaix Burnt

I mer. .1"+ graph course. The same sot of forces are denying { '

Address--Rev. A. D. Buck. Misses Ella Mae Hazen, Cantey Oliver the fact of the virgin birth of Jesus ; Y FORIB45N AFO=gtR4, HERE5 FOOD / +'
Louis Shriver and Mrs.\[ J. L. Cbrl t. Uotl deeltlwl upon the plea rep AMP AID
FOfJ. JAPAN
Address-Supt. O. 1.. Mizelle. Shriver motored to Earleton Sunday. for Ills Incarnation. That plan daddetl = I'M

Ir..ss--I'rlnclplll Sidney D. Pad and created by the Trluno Got l. oGK ALWAYS FRIENP /AJ
Mrs.\[ R. A. Weeks and children and
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fixed the virgin birth
gett. as the Instrument M + I
Benediction-Rev. W. (3. Doyle. Miss Hawkins motored to Worthington :- fur the Incarnation. Therefore life.
: Sunday the virgin birth In proof positive e it
The auditorium was well filled by Messrs. G. B. Colson and I.. R. that Jvsiis Christ Is the son of '
patrons and friend The enrollment 00<1. Hutsn. knows that fact. Therefore -
r't t Gainey had business in Alachun Mon
ia 257 and prospect are that it will I I If he could destroy. belief lu
1 day. | the virgin birth he could logically.
SICKLY KE\ISII; CHILDREN S. V. Andreu was Attending to business destroy. belief. In Jesus Christ as the ?

Children suffering from intent mill worms in Palutka Tuesday. /Son: of 00<1. .

are cross. restless ami unhealthy. There. | There Is no fact In history more t). ?.
ore other symptoms, however. If the HIGHLAND perfectly established than the fact i C t
child is pale, him dark l rings under the I that Jesus Christ was born of tho
eyes bail breath and takes. no interest in virgin and therefore Is the Son of
play, it is almost a certainty that worms Highland, Sept. 21.-Mrs.\( Burton I Got!. 4

j are eating Away its vitality. Tho surest Carruthers and children, of Jacksonville Let mil call on the Christians aU
a" remedy fur worms is White's Cream Verniifugo. visited over Ainvrlca to be true to God's
1 It is relatives here for a few lafalltMe -
punitive destruction to the Won, and to Jesus
Christ
worms but harmless to the child Price days last week. born of the rtrxin Mary. The Church

36e. Sold by Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss\ Wini shall be victorious. The gates of hell

t ..... All Drug Stores fred Wimberly, E. Carter, Richard shell nut. prevaiL

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SEPTEMBER 21. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPES. STARKE. FLORID PAlm FIVE

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expected day
:; 1 be appointed at an early date. $3.: .00< I any .
was voted to help pay lot 60 t Test the past two weeks, the news came over 33 year the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company !>.. furnished Florida : I

merits for the convicts at road camp as a shock, for the deceased was un growers with fertilizers. The continued patronage of experienced grower give '" I h, "

Bits ol LocalS @ No. 12, near Starke. I ersally esteemed and beloved and her proof of satisfactory reaulti. 'i t
J II place cannot soon bo filled r
.1 Committee to secure honorary mem- I' COULD I1ETTGH PKRTILIZEtt: UK MADE WE WOOD MAKE IT.

hers for the union, Mesdames J. T. About two years ngft the decenscbecame Writ For New Fall Prlr' Uli.li Just luurd.
Information afflicted with intestinal v*u
Quigley, G. C. Sweat and O. F. Clink. Clln-\\ E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla .. '
) I cer, and the lllllt l six months! of
Committee to see about pub .
Concerning Our People, Business ana school music, Mesdames J. F. Kick] lifo were spent in bed. Somo timo 1 -- f. as
@ ago! it vas found necessary to rcnun I Relatives and l friend of those who! er Sunday nf let'noon.W. '
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in the County and Town. ter, J. F. Colley and A. M.\ Darby. fPl t
I Progress her from her homo in Raiford i(to laid down their lives in the grl'atwo..lo1 L. Horn and son, Willie! of Louise
showed spiendwork I
Annual reports .'
I'I Starke, for better medical attentloi struggle arc invited. Speck and T. ('. Thomas motored done in several departmenthis
I and while hero she received unremit-I I and appropriate 11IIUIIwill bo ref Jacksonville Friday. ,M...
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III.- year. ting attention at tho home dercil.Biblo, W. It. Smith motored to Hawthorn -. v r
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has returned I: dent at the Woman's College. Plans for the W. C. T. U. rest room '
( ,"r. E. K. Perryman daughter Mrs. W. W. Baisden. nut school I\t 0:13: : a. m. and I n. Sunday for tho day. <<
the benefit of the tourist,
his law practice I for town,
| home and resumed I, the disease was incurable and tho lit. Y. I'. U. at 7:00 p. m. The evonin!: The many friends of Mrs. W S.
Theo. Peeler, of Jacksonville, who travelers and people generally! were
tention of her physician mid childre services will continue at 8:0until Nabb will bo pained to lenrn that alto :
is on a visit with his aunt, Mrs J. discussed. I i I
Klck-
fresh tomatoes and celery at was concentrated on prolonging her Oct. 7th. continues ill tit her home hero. -
W. Morgan, will leave today for Atlanta Delegates appointed to attend the ,
| liter's. to take a course in law. .state convention in Eustis, Nov. Dare life as much as posmble. 1 I
Mrs. Denmark was a daugl' .
the Mesdames. II. M. Snyder, G. I recent showers have given ter of Sheriff und Mrs. Pica S. Crew .
Th' I rile "
Miss Althea Ennis of Tampa, who Sweat Arthur Wood T. N. Limbauu h .ray
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I a good start, and vegetable and she was born near Ijike Butler! i In 'intrnithl" vU 'j u,,' country Inf.** ;
gardens visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan J. F. Colley; alternates, Mesdames C I "I tern," bawled the hotel wntchm.i I .IIIII."c' J' '
the market. Illte feel!
plentiful in 1859. She was married to thy Kay an .mi iuns/ men
are will leave tomorrow for Jacksonville John anti A. M. to nightshirt-i man who was''
A. Futch, Uglow n .
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amt) thwo's 'i, the :
Sheriff S: B. Denmark in 1875. To in' "KV t( get to :1 f"
where she will be with her Darby.At pacing the corridor lit 2 a. m. "\% .hut'art. tits .
sewing wanted to do at you tho union were born the follow in..!: Jon lu era Hi iMiililnitloit: emmol.nifSS
)l' HIM Mrs.. L. C. Cashat aunt, Mrs. C. B. Peeler, of 417 E. Du the Eustis meeting Mrs. Mary her Mrs. J. 1 L. you doing out of your room?" IdlltlOII IIIHl /lit g 1\1' ,, IIIUl HO COU'W' ,
I1 ''i\ the day. children who survive ::
i It I val 'street, and attend'grammnr Harris Armor, the "Georgia Cyclone The iniin opened his ryes and seem tetitodiy win.- .'..MI u el" its little :J
l.i'J-J: Starke. Hood, Mrs. D. II. Handlcy and Mi .
I''' t' ;school. of international fame, will be the oil to come out of trance. work tux pi'''xii' i, ..i thlii Suite .lonrruil. "
Denmark of Mulberry, Mr. JII. .
S. J.
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I "I beg pardon," he Rllh"I\ 1
speaker.It your 1.
.1\ PercyfL. Thomas, of Jackson- Denmark, of St. Augustine, T. I'. .
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CARD OF THANKS was decided to ask each of am /a somnambulist ,
Sunday in Starke with Denmark of Luke Wales P. S. Denmark ,
Hi pent
\ q 4 members of the union to bring "Well," roared the watchman "yo
forty
ilher Jesse Thomas. of Itaiford, Mrs. W. W. Bais n
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i I We most heartily thank the goal ir send $1.00 to the next regula I can't walk around these hall In th(' -A-WOR '
B. Alvarez of
den, and Mrs. A. 1'1'l.JCOLUMN
road force ha people of Starke who assisted so meeting, Tuesday Oct. 9th. It i i Is middle of the night in your nightshirt -
A part of the state I Starke. After a long and happy married -
'kindly in our hour of sickness am hoped not one of these loyal Christian no matter: what your ri'hgio
he, i r doing/ grading/ work on Tempi I bereavement, and we shall always women will fail to do this much life spent J at Lake Butler1, New i la.--Union News : \ '\
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aMnue in front of the high school, River, Starke and Uniford, Mrs. Denmark ; ,
feel grateful to you. for our great cause and work.
became widow in !May 1921, ...
this week.AU a .J ,
The and Larsen Families.PRESBYTERIAN One new member was welcomed at ".
Knight I
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CITY "
Gad hail since then made her home In :SAMPSON( : ,

varieties of garden seeds i In .. his meeting. Raiford. I FOR SALK Struwborry plant :MIHKitmary \ to'"fit..'

husk' and packages at Kickliter's.John The deceased was an active anI'' Sampson City, Sept. 21.-Mr.! nn.1 and. Klondyke, any quanti < < t Vii' ,

DEATH OF MRS. LANGFOKO consistent member of the Christiai : Mm.! Lonnio Morgan 'mid lilt la dough/ ty. A. Hronke, Starke. l-2l-Ut! :!

of the U. S. Services both morning and evening tens of lirooker! spent the week-em I
Baisden, navy church, and her deep religious feelings : ; August ,,
FOR SALE-Strawberry plants
at Paris Island, S. C., t iihnmi Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mrs. Nancy Langford died at the here guests of her mother, Mrs. \VS. .
stationed enabled her to bear her nlTlictloi :
services lat i 8 D. E. / Stern, Starke, 1{. K. D. 3.
Evening preaching home of her daughter, Mrs. II
on a furlough with his parents, with resignation and look forwarc Nn bb! and ulster, Mrs \V. '
S-2l-2t:!
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Baisden.Rev o'clock. Knight, after an illness of a few day with hope to the day that shuuld em Smith ------ -

T. J. HEDGES, which to her advanced age prove'atal her sufferings. Before she was pros III r. and, Mrs.! T. C. Thomas. and, lit FOIl SALKMissionary strawberry "

L. W. Kkkliter, who for three Minister although all was done tha trated with the fatal illness her chief Lie daughter. Ouida Van, Mrs Joaic' plantn, government inspected this

weeks has been laid up with a painfu :could be done to prolong her life. Interment aim was'" to make all around her hap Hall rind! T. V. Williams motored to year. Win. Mender, Starke. It*

under his right arm, is now WORTH WHILE GIRLS took place at Dekle come Louise1' Wednesday afternoon.
carbuncle and love "
hence the great esteem I
man living.Mis ery, Lake Butler, Monday, Funera ny, she held. I U. L. Gibson, of; Gainesville, H.lItthe "[?'OR I SALE: ..-Good young horse, wagon .

The Worth While Girls held their I director D. C. Jones, of Starke, In in: which interment was in churgu of week-end i here !guest:' at the home I and harness.' Will sell cheap.C ( 15!

left Friday foi business meeting in the Philathec harge. The was hall !. C. duly, Starke, Fla. 0-7-tf i,
> Bertha Moore Funeral Director D. C. Jones, and : jf Sirs. Joule
She will visil rooms of the Baptist church Satur Mrs. Langford was a daughter of R Jones Sunday at
inth's vacation. took; place at Dekle cemetery, Lake Mrs. S. l spent I \V:1NTIEDDlnn: work on farm. rr
lay afternoon, from three to five. .Ir. and Mrs. John Roberta! late of
New York, Washington and Maryland Butler. Rev. W. E.': Daugherty of tho Hampton Write to A. F. Pettcrson, box 355, h?
Miss Elizabeth Andrews presided his county, and was born 79 yean the weekend
Mr. Crancy spent
church of Staike Slarke meet nt Manning'artoro
First Christian con or me
the meeting. The following officers of 10 she was married I I
over At the
a igo. age ducted the obsequies. A large num- vithi, his family at Louise. next Saturday afternoon It* t

Miss Agnes Morgan returned Sun- were elected: to Mr. John A. Longford, am of friends of the deceased UHCort- Miss Eva': Jones"" of Tampa, Is visit.tug o r
where she spent s President, Elizabeth Andrews. lived happily with him until his ,dead ier I mother Mrs. S. 1.:. Jones.
I Ocala her
da from ell the remains*, from Starke, and on" 'OR[ ) SALE:-Missionary! atruwberrypiatts
fela's with her brother, M. M Vice president, Annie Varnes. on their farm between Lake Butle: arrival al Luke Butler they were : Mrs. H. It. Saunders is hero on urlsit I $2.r,0 per 1,0110, or will Hell

I Morgan.Mptidnmcs) Secretary, Vivian Kite. and Guilford. The following children) I ioined by a largo! concourse of l11ourn-1 with friends. by th" bed, lands Knhr, Stnrke. : r

Treasurer, Lena Belle Shepard. urvive her: Mrs. Sue Carroll, of: Profuse and beautiful I Messrs. Kirby Smith, W. J. Unlitrum MI-2t:! II'

J. O. Turner and G. H, During the social hour Miss Wil- Lake Park, Gn, Mrs. D. E. Knightf ers. bestowed. and Lynk William, of Lorhloonn, I ..__.___ ._ _ t

Bennett have gone to Macon, Ga., to ion served punch and cake. A readng Starke, and Mrs. Faye Larsen, onkeland. :: 'erings were I.I vereVl>uHiness visitors here. 'OR RICNT: Comfortable four room '

In .It the bedside of their mother,, "Because of Me," was given by Besides her children, !Mrs len Mrs. T. C. Thomas and daughters, : house. with sleeping porch, lights, \ '
Lena Belle Shepard and a piano soloy the Methodist nark is survived by two brothers, S. water and Apply to J. T. .i'f' ,
Mr A. S. Hutson, who is very ill.Work Mrs. Langford joined Habd Doris and Otiiila Van, returned i ito garage. 9.1I-2t't\\'I
C. Crews"" of New River, J. II. Crews,
> Elizabeth Andrews. church over forty years ago am their home in I'nlatka Saturday, Qulgley. ,' i
consistent mom Jr., of Luke Butler, anti. one sinter,, __.. p' 1tit'
shirts, pants and overalls at hn,1 always been a tier a lengthy visit hero with her and Klon- V
Kickliter's. REVIVAL AT. THE METHODIST bl'r in faith and works. Her life was VIrs. D.. C. Cason, of Raiford, also by not her, Mrs. Junta Hall.\ She wasiriompaniud 'OR SALK:--Missionary I'\: s
three ilrke dliawberry plants, any quantity {"
Jrlmdchil.lrl'ntn,1/ F
__ ________________ i : pent In doing /good deeds, and there .vventy-two I home by her husbiind, growing on new Innd, "r nn "i +
services being/ will not soon fade rroat-grandi hildren.HAPTIST .
returned Evangelistic are her memory hlTt'Ionlay.! .
has ore
who returned
Miss Kate Livingston fresh plants. ready July 1st. If interested o
in Tampa held every evening at the Methodist 'he immense. concourse of friend;: and Leo Hognn, of ?" f

home after a lengthy sojourn Mr Humphrey' write J. M. Truby 1 !"turltoFla. !
and points in the North. She was hurch by Evangelist Fred B. Wyind who escorted the remains to their last CHURCH .ETIN rookcr, were visitors here Sunday\ ; -22-10-2iI.. htr. I t n

accompanied home by her niece, Mrs; called here by the pastor of the resting place testified to tho love! and a fternoon.

Reed McMasters, and baby. hurch, Rev. L. B. Simpson. Rev. steem in which the deceased, was The pastor was greeted; by large K. I,. Gibson: ", of Gainesville; und :lN'FKIt: ,: WANT I':" --f.O atre farm, Y '

is the pastor of the Methodist much sympathy for the relatives hiseturn T ('. simile from Starke, with .
Vyand h..ld, and ('Congregations last Sunday, upon lisa, Ma line Mall, Mr. and Mrs. one-font \ I '

The Brooker farmers are busy pro hurch at Monterey, Va., a memberf in their bereavement is ex- from a vacation of five weeks. ,I 'homes motored to Hampton Heath three hundred, loads lot fertilizer: / ,

ducing squash, egg plant, okra and > the Baltimore conference and, was reseed on all sides. Sunday next will see everything in i 'hursdny evening. Desire", renter with forco and stock ,.
nth the in the World War. lies and services of a to her D. E':. Knight,
peppers to be sent via Starke to the army full swing again/ Mist Lucilo Moore returned to run two plows .

northern markets. The Starke farmers a forcible and original preacher UDDEN DEATH OF M It S. SI'AUK! pecial nature will be conducted. It'' ome In Jacksonville Saturday after Starke, Flit._!0-21-tf

ship nothing now except some and has been praised as such in high MAN Is 'one year since Mr. Perry Dover a visit with her slater, Mrs. C. Johns. SACRIf'ICN-Duu to Inability \J,

strawberry plants. luarters. Starke people should not iras called by death, and at the mornIng lisa Moore won many friends hero, IANO have

leglect the opportunity they now Every person in our communityas hour of worship the pastor will who' will look forward with pleasure I to keep up payments, we iy' ,

Miss: Amelia Ray, the Telegraph'sefficient have of hearing this able divine. shocked when, shortly after 2 p.m. .. bear testimony to this noble life. for her next visit. had a high grade, piano, in the best;
back to us.
turned
social reporter, has been con- Those who have enjoyed his sermons I., Tuesday, September 18th, news The evening service, at 8:00: will Master Oren and Willie Harper, of of condition,! sell for a t .rhtf'Srare

fined to her room on account of indisposition luring the week, speak of them in spread that Mrs. Alice Sparkman had be a "Soldier's Memorial" occasion Lake City, have entered school hero Thin. Instrument we ran terms to rosponttihlo t

hence the scarcity of social the highest terms. jfTered a stroke of paralysis! and It will be the second anniversary of and are guests of their grandmother, bargain, giving
For full particulars
news in our columns this week. The services are held every eveningt dropped dead. No illness had preceded the burial of Willie Jones whose body Irs. M. K. Good e. parties. & Dates Atlanta
Luddtm
Miss Ray, we are glad to note, is im- 7:4:> sad will continue until October 1 the tragic event and she had appeared was sent for burial from France Dr. Lee returned to his homo In address It 1I

proving.Rev. 14th.NOTICE. too be in her usual health upto The National Guard, under commandf awthorrte Saturday, after a week's I Gn. __. .

t the last minute. Capt. Peek, will be present In a isit here with his friend, W. II. IIMK. tvaeelae+ c.1'- 1.,

A. E. Dunham has returned OF TEACHERS MEETING Mrs. Sparkman was born in Kentucky ody, while the Boy Scouts will at- rnith.fternoon.. i "",tutor.vitality. ani. ,mutt by purlfjrln .04.., f'tlo'hlnal

from his vacation and services at St. 70 years ago. She was mar end under their Masters.A the binml. You -mi ....n r....M Sirmail.it L

:Mark's church will be resumed on the Realizing the necessity of havingall ried to Mr. W. M. Agin, and is survived T. V. Williams motored to.New Riv ,. /ivliiuratlait Cr.* Prlv alit 1.... rm .

30th for the second and fourth Sun- the teachers together/ at or near: by the children born to their! Ut

days of the month. the beginning of the !school term to union namely, Mr. Wm. Agin, of

discuss school problems and outlim Tampa, Harry Agin, of Waldo, and {

Hon. Frank E. Jennings, of Jack our work so that we may give more< Mrs. Nathan Moore, of Jacksonville .
and better services, I hereby call a moved to
I sonville, candidate for governor, was In the early 80's the Agins
to be held in Lawtey, Friday, blacksmith
meeting establishing a
m Starke Wednesday in the interest Starke, Mr. Agin
Sept. 21st. All teachers are urgently and carriage business which
of his candidacy. Mr. Jennings appears -
to be what he says he is-"A requested to he preftnt. You will he conducted until his death, a few
be paid for the day, if present, other
later.
looking
plain, hard working, forward years
man," and made a good impressionMrs. wise you will loose pay for same ever About ten years ago Mrs. Agin wai:! ,

though you teach. married to Mr. J. J. Sparkman, of POLICY i1wuiiiirr-
WIGGINS HARTFORD FARM t
,
B.
: D. E. Knight has been it H. Starke but about two years late: covers .

| Jacksonville this week with her son, SuperintendentATTENTION again became a widow.: Since ther

I'aul, who is afflicted with an ailment she lived tranquilly In her cottage or VEHICLESInsurance

I requiring the care of a medical spe- : VETERANS West Madison street, beloved by all, of farm property has

"lahst. Latest news tell that Pau happy in doing good deed anc come to be a matter of exputSenIee
J.
improving.Mrs. There will be a meeting of J. smoothing the rough paths of life for '

Dickison Camp No. 1617, U. C. V., al others, and in i her religion she being '
house In Starke at 10 a. m.,,, Methodist It cover all farm building,
the court member of the
W. A. Colley is again ir a devoted fuel
27th. All who can are household goods, provisions
arke. After having spent the summer September church. She saw seven grandchildren and personal effects, grain, hay,
and! urged to attend. and six great grandchildrer
with relatives in Georgia fodder all kind.
WEEKS need straw and ,
T.
W. ,
I West Florida she went on a journey Capt.-Commander, growing up, and promising to be good of stock, feed farm tool. Implements -

with Mr. Colley, who was enjoying Attest:: men and women. Through her long and machinery, harness

a vacation. She was taken ill and S. F. MORGAN, Adjutant. residence In our community the deceased and similar equipment, vehicles.hornfM .

brought by Mr. Colley to Starke, and OF THANKSTo : was well known to all here, mules, cattle, sheep and

now an inmate of Mrs. J. M. Al CARD and all join the bereaved relatives in hogs: against the hazard of lire, a4 i

varez's friends mourning her departure.The .
Her
infirmary. many tornadoes cyclones
Starke I wantto lightning
of :
voters 31r
the
hope for funeral sermon was preachedat
I her speedy recovery. windstorms.You .
-- -- thank them for their support givenme the late home of the deceased al and

Judge R. A. Green candidate for in the last election. "United we 3 p. m. Thursday, by Rev. L. B. Simpson may also buy protection

| Congress( and Dr. T. J. Hedges madea have strength." I hope the new coun- of the First Baptist church of against hailstorm In connectionwith V.C .

trip through the western end of( sel and the bond trustees will be unit- Starke. The Interment was at Crosby the above liberal coverage. I 7

I th< second congressional district vis- ed for better improvements and bet cemetery, directed by D. C. Jones chances! Point In Mil salary ''"

'"mg Lake City, Live Oak Mayo,,, ter conditions for the town of Starke All the children und several of the Stop taking I with a smile! If ho'n a f

:Madison, Monticello and other places,, Very respectfully S. A. BRYAN., grandchildren of the departed were J. R. Davis & Co.Agency each SAVER week all deported the while.In i"
out of the parcel"
including Tallahassee, where Judge present at the funeral. A "portion from the moment It
draw Interest -
to *
Green had business before the par- Established 1886 thin Bank begins EARNING POWER.
REAL
i tinning board and Dr. Hedges visitedhis W. C. T. U. BUSINESS MEETINGAt oC- theVoman's .i DEATH OF MRS. DENMARKLast : STARKE FLA. "Slip I III deposited bit" out and of become YOUR "pay a envelope" thin week and J

daughter, Eleanor, who Isla stu-, the business meeting Un- start YOUR, "Savings Account" at thin Dank j

\ Christian Temperance Friday afternoon the sad news TIIK HANK OF .HFAKKt: tbe
PERFECT HEALTH ion held last week officers were elect Denmark' J. L. SIMMONS: I
I went forth that Mrs. S. B. : (tank of helpful Servlr r
rust's .... .. fft. ed as follows: AND ELKCTRICALCONTRACTOR
fill. k_ fa> her death PLUMBER
...*". ....... th. ......... .... prodoMA President, Mrs. F. A. Scott. spirit had /fled. Although : S'lAKKK:, FLA.f.tJlY. .

VIGOROUS BODYA Vice president Mrs. Arthur Wood. Plies Curea in o to I* VII,.. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN I
_...... ...... for Uh fc-UcliTuft's .
J. W. White.Treasurer ',
Mrs. OINTfTNt ,1 132-W .
.-.......... Secretary, Dnat.ts ,'"'nll rrvfiury If P/lZO Telephone
Mrs. G. C. Sweat. to.un Iu.nu.... Bikba .J.I: ..a..*.Jo..no.i.n4'"r. i MUtujtuiiy FLA. I .eJ
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IWIP r With The Bradford This WeekThe FARM GIRL QUEEN SITS I baby market.beef In and 1)21! fed"she, u t <.,I :
beef calf with whit I, !"

?k ; I ON THRONE AT BIG FAIR place at the Virgin i,, "''

Lamp Went Out. Richmond. This aim' .;

i 9j Farmers The Year 5684. pounds during/: the f...,. ''"'

Fliers and Drivers Only. Springfield, Mass, Sept.' lit. -This Champion Farm Taking money :sh .
I is the greatest week in the life of lf- her several enterpn,
.f S.
Girl of U.
.j RI lt.tl. COMMON SENSE COLNTV( AGENTS REPORTS' Goodby Harem. year old Peggy Keith, of Warrcnton, I II cured a pure-bred Gw *

-- I By Arthur Brisbane Va. Surrounded' by her own barn- I now is tho proud own, ,M
I : : Never Put Off Till Tomorrow IH a \\Ju\'al -The recent soil of ,
f survey yard friends, allof whom she developed ) yearling heifer, a h. i
I I i Pretty flood: Rule; Rain and Sun the county i is most accurate in de- The little into champions, she is here representing ) yearling bull, pure, l

f shims and SOIIMIII Wait for ;No riling the soils of the county. Some miles moon, traveling along 23 !; the U. S. department of agri- all her own property
a minute, got between the earth
7 i : Farmer fearful facts concerning drainage culture as America's "Most Distinguished -
and the sun the other day and for Not content with
'I conditions are also exposed. Farm Girl." I
\ : ; : 10!) seconds! the sun's light went out, work and with can!;, .
(By Spud Juhnnn) .
The Eastern States Exposition wan rye
k who has
inherited
,1 entirely at certain places, to a limit- an
"Jake k'pt.lIlkinu\ about buying his Wakulla-Farmers nnd businessmen ed degree elsewhere.The opened Monday. Peggy Keith with decided in 1921() that *"'

b I gals a pianncr. But ho nver did." are looking forward to the approaching moon was something like n her herd of pure bred Guernseys, 10 i wr pect for profit in "nn! ",''t

That chance remark I picked up fair an one of the biggest child passing between and Shetland ponies; 3 baby beeves, 20 the market. To dad ,
Hob Williams' affairs that was ever staged in our you your prize chickens, a champion white collie "
the other day at general reading lamp. The of 20 which she i i- ,d|
l eclipse was photographed exhibit tr
( ( stores as I was mailing some county. and puppies and special breaking for the Shcii
1 by scientists on the earth of club work and farm ,.. ,a.
I
I for (the wife. I didn't canning prod- ,
eggs say anything and from aeroplanes but Another side line i-I ,
only sav-
t ) lit; the time, but it put me to Hrevard-Ground is being broken ages were agitated. We don't believe ucts is one of the big attractions of y- which she is very fond, 01'i '

i thinking.There's. and seedbeds planted for 300 acres of as they once did, that a dragonis the exposition.The ) -.p' she finds considerable' ;
Ben Strickland who lives fall tomatoes in Orsena and Canaveral U. S. department of agriculture
,
eating up the aun. And we don'tthink Peggy began her xvn"] "
selected her IjOOOOOboys
i i in the neighhothond./ He's kept, sayIng district. A thorough check shows that angry gods are warningus from among -judging when she am ..
and
k'' for the last ten years or more splendid results from using bordeaux to behave ourselves. girls representing' C'I.I'Ystate day short course for < I'M'
in the Union and the title of"Americu's '
that he to in electric oil for melanose control in large(: '
was going put the
: Virginia
1, '. -eIn state a IL i ilegp
Most Farm ,
Distinguished ;
lights: and. install running water in groves. the old days they took eclipses so Girl" was conferred upon her. All "u >" '\ .i.iW *.;, in 1920.() Last (II.) '
the kitchen, at least, so his wife could seriously that two armies about to ?' : tended' the national !J.<,
incident to the here i is < :1
trip "
expense
I'olk Truckers bed
do the work a whole lots easier. But, are preparing fight, turned tuil and went home in stock judging eonte >
i u met by the agricultural department.! : It. ..;,li ,{, ::.1 i iI u "
r, i as the man I'd heard. say at the store, and f fields for fall crops. Interest is hurry when the sun began to disap- and was the youngest
j taken in the of ba- Peggy Keith f first entered competition !
"ho never di..). Mrs. Strickland is being planting It
ruler
that didn't than
pear. was n poor girl among more ,
at the of 4 when she rode a : "
s v not nearly as strong and. healthy now nunaa. Citrus crop is looking well, have some kind of eclipse when he age QRttit there.
the fruit in general being much pet pony in a horse show at Warrenton. -
as she used to be. Hen's going to
died.The She has been in competition' ever
cleaner than last
wait too long, I'm afraid. year. Reverend Increase Mather who
since.
yf B: 1 Then another neighbor, Bill h an- wrote his interesting essay on "Re
"! of fall truck For the past three years, by her The New Age
I.vyJ.llr
markable
kins, has been saying n mighty long acreage Providences, in the early =
effort with live stock canning I Fond Piipn "Well! "''p'> '; time and. who win going to dig the i crops is being' planted, including cucumbers Puritan; days, found it easy enough! own Peggy Keith of Worrenton Va.. you Ionni In Hchonl uai i ,(>r0'.

t t.. ,. stump in his field. and buy a culti- and peas, Eggplant and pep to explain an eclipse in JMassachu i and farm products, she has paid all I 13 years old, is "America's" Most Art much) (1ml. It'rh,' I ,("t'AW Oj,
her bills besides Distinguished Farm Girl. :She; was
i i II utor. But he and his boys keep on per crops are looking/ /good. setts. lie said it expressed the grief ; schooling farm financingher selected by the U. S. Department two reolers In lilstor.x. i '" > r 4travp'

plowing around those stumps with of nature at the death of President i own operations. I of Agriculture from COO.OOO court-tit- I gue In gpuirnipln n'lt!
4 r I I.I' the old fashioned single walking Hamilton-Cotton market continuesto Chauncey, of Harvard. Quite a com- When 8 years old, Peggy Keith lie. nuts representing every state. With reel nut Ilire study.'l( ..... ;. ul

r 1 plow.- That is, the boys do until they display strength, a new high top pliment for Harvard. came interested in the club work carried I all expenses paid by the Department, I a wild 'Plt plt : ,r (Ie,
: I each the on in her county among farm she exhibited her livestock and but they diiu'i l ,"u. '_
I have being quoted day during
rfiC I ; leave him which they always -eWe judging; farm products and can
1
I ; done as soon as they grow up and get week until the $10 murk was passed know that an eclipse means boys and girls as a part of the cooperative -I ning; poultry and collie puppies in Widow
; world. No 1 for seed. cotton. extension work of the U. I the. Eastern States Exposition In '-
& n peep into the outside !! nothing at all except that tho moon
S. Massachusetts!! this month. !She I 11'1' A TONIC
department of agriculture. She I
Q, Hill just never has done it either. i I gets in front of our sun lamp and the Champion all-around farm
t I girl
? And so it goes. What a great thing Walton-At several good meetings shuts out the !light for a minute. We enrolled in the potato club and grew' a of the nation. I drove's Tasteless chiii: Tonic rwores!

', d! I' if we l'oulcall\ remember that in the I I this week we have tried to get our have progressed in that way. But we small crop of potatoes; which she I Energy and Vitality by Purifyi-u ma
I
fi : for the large of planted and worked herself. The following -i ;; Enriching the Blood. When you ',.,. to
t majority of cases when we put off i' people ready acreage don't yet know enough to stop murdering ( live stock: Peggy engaged actively in
I1 j doing' things! we never get any farther I' fruit trees to be set this season. We each other, as they did in the year, 1017() she joined the corn I poultry] and baby beef production.. I II strengthening invigorating effect sex" how

with them. 'j are saving one of the best hay crops days of superstition and darkness. club and in 1918 succeeded in producing starting with one setting' of eggs in it brings color to the cheekurni how

X' I i A long time ago somebody said over produced here. -0- 75 bushels on her one acre. I I llf!) !>, she: has developed, a flock of 00 I it improves the appetite, ym 1//theD

: { I "Never put off till tomorrow what Tuesday was Rosh Hashanah, the One year later Peggy joined the standard-bred Llln shan and. 40 R. appreciate its true tonic value.

r 9a1 r : should be done today." That's pretty I Putnam-Forage crops in the potato Jewish New Year, number 5081. canning club, grew a tenth of an acre I. Reds which furnish eggs and fowlsfor Groves Tasteless chill Tonic I u Dimply

1 I good rule, and a rule that probably area are showing promise of Christians call it the year I())23. and picked about 21 quarts of green the home table and bring in a I Iron! and Quinine suspended in syrui; So

j I fits mighty well with us farming good yields. Citrus groves are in a Other religions and nationalities have tomatoes. She learned to can so suc- substantial little income.As i needs pleasant even children like it. The blood
it
QUININE to Purify UlhllROSEnrich
}s; i ,I people. It seems our very nature healthy condition and fruit looks other years and other dated, u ma- cessfully that she won premiums two a member of the baby beef club I it. Destroys Malarial ticnftin

t to put off. In farming it is positively fine. jority belicveing that the world i Is year in succession. she grew in ]1)11!)!!) two line Shorthorn Gi-ip germs by its Strengthening, lrrt
3 necessary for a thing to be about 6,000 years old, and ought tend Prompted by her natural love for babv beeves She bought an Angus :acing Effect v>(0u.Dont .

done nt tho right time. Time and Santa Rosa-Gave help to' one soon. .-

I tide wait for no man, and wind and I I grower in budding satsumas, about If old Earth told her real age, we

( /I/1 rain and sunshine and season wait 10,000 of which he expects to bud should learn that many things hap

for no farmer. this se nson. prned here a thousand million years
I
ago. When it started, we don't know

Hl If PLANT A IIOMK: GARDEN: : Leon-Thirty-five farmers met in -0-
the courthouse Saturday to consider )I II
CHEAP LIFE! : INSURANCE Flying' machines dropping bombs
I I buying a community incubator. They that cost a few dollars have again

r 'I The garden ;-good; life insurance subscribed $100 and appointed a demonstrated for the benefit of the : buy one gas ioday

i1 i! but the policy has to be taken out and committee to raise the balance need American people that battleships are

I I tho premiums paid, but neither requires ed. U will be of 10,000 capacity and obsolete. T he old battleship Virginia .

tft i I much if any money. Vegetables we expect to install it by the first of I used as a target was sunk in thirty

l I and fruits are better tonics than, October I minutes by a flier 10,000 feet up. How and anolheY lamowaw-buy

1 I those the patent medicine man sells many forty million dollar battleship

I and they cost: much )eRs. And winter CHIPS will this country build to supply targets .

vegetables' are about as necessary' an some day fur foreign fliers?
t ; summer egctables. Hard years and bad luck may bear Forty million dollars spent wisely ,

, I Thus is the importance of tho full a good farmer down, but neither can on flying ships, with a few more mil. i

( and winter vegetable !garden pointed keep him down. lions on submarines, would make the
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i out by specialists of the Florida College fighting fleets unnecessary and attack COWNGASOLINE
A cloth in the bottom of the dishpan .
i / of Agriculture. September Is a by any nation foolish.A .
i mighty important month for the will help prevent chipping the -

Ii 4 ? ; \ home that; would have such a garden edges of the china. while ago, anybody asking tho

t for then ia an excellent time to government to fix the price of oil
1 \ get the land, ready and l plant the sel'I'1 Many (garden: flowers will bloom would have been called an anarchist

I' Blood Red beets and 1 Cowhorn and much longer, if old blossom heads by the moderates, and murderous bolshevik -

\ Purple Top White Globe turnips and. seed pods are kept' pinched off. by real tories. Now, in Texas,

i tt should be planted immediately. Cabbage the oil men themselves ask the state
s 1 and collard plants should not To make the new broom last longer government to fix a price. When pri-

1, be delayed long in being set out. tie the strands together' and soak the ces get sick, any doctor is welcome.
i f.le' and broom in a pan of hot water for two .
and
I' Shorthorn carrots Bluckeye -
l t l) Conch peas should\ also be planted at hours, then dry it thoroughly. Kemal Pasha comes back to the !
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t J once. An early planting of Gerkin J.-- front page by preventing restorationof very Zme.
t about
j I cucumbers will insure having sweet Beggarwced makes as good the harem in Turkey. It was once
anil) as cheap a hay as the Florida
's'lJ"AAJl\ \ 1J UII1A\! ass: of' aol'lald' as difficult to imagine a Turk without
should be cut in
Island and farmer can grow. It wives of Chinese
Early Long eggplant many as a without
Gradus English; peas are both splendid tho middle of the blooming period. a pigtail The pigtail is gone and the 000000. 4 000

fall vegetables and should not be harem wives are going. Wise Kemal
overlooked. Illness some day is going to walk says that one Turkish wife of the new 0S

I each of the same plank that dueling did; soon is much CROWN
A liberal planting early woman type as as anyone
it will be against the law and good
Curly kale and Ostrich Plume mustard Turk can or ought to own.
manners to are sick. Hasten
say you
should bo provided for every -
kitchen garden. White pearl onion I that day. Wheat was lower last week. Th 1S .

nets and spinach' and salsify should earthquake leaves thousands in need
he given their rows. Early pattypan The cover crop in the citrus grove of food, but that doesn't help the .
should be cut by the middle of September -
squash and chives-just n few hills price of wheat. Nations always find
to lessen the damage from the 0 OIL
of each-should have their places, money to buy wheat for war, no matter ,1NDIpD CDHPAlr,
which sucks the juice
pumpkin bug
the latter being very desirable for how high the price. They do not -
from the fruit.
I soups and gravies.. A small patchof spend so easily merely to relieve hunan -

I parsley for garnishing purposes The greatest and most successful suffering' ."
t will be found useful; it also gives a 1waysBettel.
competitor of the medicine
J splendid flavor to soups and meats. (maker Is: the grower patent of fruits and pounds of sulphur and 2 pounds of '
pulverized dissolved in 1
copperas
Fast-growing vegetables
<< are more
i vegetables who does give you value -
j. f succulent and tender than those that gallon of water. More power. more mileage
for your money. -
t i grow slowly. To produce a rapid, PRETEXTS less
INFECTION carbon and less .
expense.'POLARINE
growth use good commerclalfertilizer
For worms in hogs the United The greatest discovery in flesh healing
IA the marvelous liorozono, preparation
States Department of Agriculture
No Worms In
Child
a ncalthy
that comes in liquid] sail powder form.
recommends each of charcoal
All children mhlt-d with Wurmti have no nn- 1 bushel It is n combination trentpient that not OIL
II..Jllly""I"r.whk h todlcatva( pour hk"xl. and.i. I and hardwood ashes, pounds only purities the wound of germs that
rulu, there ,m mor or I unit Btumnih ilititurbiiiice,
infection but heals
cause it tho flesh with
1 larly.KOVC8 fur two TASrtLEfcS or three: : warts I HILL wll IONIC much" Given til- blood rcdu"! liberally. Also cultivate frequently extraordinary speed. Hud wounds or Best Lubrication
improvetI".. I4.stkmendurtasaaenrraStreuabrnlniTnnictoII.whole > I uui shallowly. If the plants lag top cuts which take nooks to heal with the for
r a ) .,.r.m. Ntinin*wilt i urn dress e] with a quickly available fertilizer ordinary liniments mend quickly under
) thr"wnflrrdlstwlthewnrmssndtheChIWwWue'Inprfcthealth.' the powerful influence of this wonderful
1 : II Pleunur; .- xe*eao !"I* 1 and work in with a rake. remedy. Price(liquid)30o,60o and$1.20.
Powder SOo and 60e. Sold by .
All Drug Stores Bay at the pump with the Crown sign.


; GENERAL INSURANCE HOW'S THIS? .
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
do what we claim for H-rid ;your ivitem STANDARD
INMAN & RITCH of Calarrh Catarrh or l>eafne. caused t>y OIL COMPANY

r r FIRE. LIFE BONDS HALL'S CATARTMI MEDICINE con-
AUTOMOBILELocated alala of an Ointment which Quickly
Relieves the catarrhal. Inflammation and
in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open .14 the Internal Medicine. a Tonic. which .. INCORPORATED
Hours acts through the lilooil on the Mucous
} Every Day. Surfaces thus assisting, to restore normal -
conditions.;;
STARKE FLORIDA Bold by IruKirlAt for over 40 Tear.
iJ.. Cheney It Co.. Toludoi O.

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PACK SEVEN
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'II ing lesson when he came to a word: he lIMlIhJItICUllfCDClII11C) :) : pf'CT11> Qcn \ day here with relatives.V. is I. -- jlean' I
seen to rise and and /at: '
I pass pass "umlne: u IletM 1'101. IrM: p. n 1'C /
: \,. .de 1 Jr--tf., ..... r.., could not" pronounce. COFFINS & CASKETS HAnd II. Burt, of Hawthorne, spent through tho various sinks to the point I '., lit 11M IIMI.I and texlnn': .1" "I. .. .' :
.I, -- "Barque, prompted the toucher. the weck-oiid!! hero with friends. twolvo I 11N :t.1hOMOptININF: (Clali lHun t ix' I I..., n.
d: miles below where it finally "" ra..I..I\. '
a Full line of : nounwftnn t \ nrrvaUMWii ''n''11I1111 '
I( I ., AAN t IS I I grinned.Willie looked at his cl1, mat<'1 and Und.rfahera' Supplies :t David Boyer Is spending a few comes to tho surface. tinlunj. K.wGRDVCSelautluwnh.!: : :J(tk.DTo : ) aw'l''

0V THE.t,1 ra weeks with tvlutlvea( in Jacksonville Tho St. Marks, the third of the
?vN ---- ::
I "BarqueVJIIIeP"! exclaimed the Stop a Cough Quick
( pAlways Jules EUl1i, c and Robert Blanchanl "sunken rivers," U a few miles to
HE ICE EP ;7 i teacher. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE of Kciidriik tako h I1A YF.s' HEALING= UONEY! n A
!spent Sunday hero. the wont of tho \Vactnsa and Aucilla
| Willie, looking at tho teacher on banit. The best aerti I cough/ medicine which slops' the cOllltb by 'J
up I Dr. J. J. Trondwell of ,
St. Augustine it sinks also and rises
run at the lowest prices.!' Spend again a short boating the 1IIIlnll'nnd: \ irritated 1I. IJ"a. '
1Its i finally cried out, "Bowwowwowi"slow will preach nt Grace church next distance '
I uttrntion to telegraph orEmbalmer- itwayV making Florida's A box of .KUVfS; : 0-PEN-TRATC

j a. Rt'gIRurf'd I Sunday at the morning hour and Dr. "N'ulurnl Bridge) At this point ono > SALVC for Chest Colds I lead. CuMinnit:: y

I! They Gtt That Way Powell, the pastor, will preach at the of tho state's hardest battles was i Group N enclosed with every bottle' \ cfi ,
i IIAYKSI1KAUNG: : HONEY. Tho solve '
I First Egtr! I am tired of being in De\VlriC. JONES evening hour All invited. fought in tho Civil War, mostly! by I should. l>o rubbril on the chest and throatof

hot water !j STARKE. FLA Arthur Pearce la confined to his old men and cadets from West Florida children "u11''rll1from/ n Cold or Grouts: +/

t Second Egg Never mind h t! homo this lock suffering frum a gunshot Seminary at Tallahaaseo, on th you'll
Y I i ,g IICR'jj'J: I' get hardened to it. wound in one arm and sl
t plain, but inwardly, I am told, I pos- wns shot Sunday night nl'arInx:\ erected there in 1!I:22! by funds appropriated tuo Hkia.rt'inoillr noon ships*era.n courih.Itotli pn" ,'krd/ In on* rartun and. thaXMtt .

I At the I Ringside sess great loveliness of character. I ville by nn i-Scnpcd convict! whom \\\a by tho legislature, mind ( ol t lio ctmiblnM irentinritt. U fro ft c

I long to attract, but yet I fail. What was assisting! officers to recapture win dedicated Memorial Day, UI2.J, to lust mink! your dni !!elHt for HAYES' ')
First Bettor Believe I've hI.lMl llt>NEY.NOIIt I"
me, seen tho
can I do ? "Lonoaomo. His wounds are not considered: serious memory of the Cohfodcruto soldiers : -" ,"
S this man o' mine fight before-when who lost their 1-
lives
III the
and it is! thought ho will be out ( I K HP Arl'IIt'\1'I0'l T\V 1>KKUI'Mlhll l
he hits a man ho remembers it. Dear "Lonesome: Try walking again in n few days. fight( ': 1 NM'IIUN Ml OK fllK

| Second Bettor-Huh, when my man around inside out for a while Frank Green: of Turkey Creek, is In(.KNhltM.h.::. d.:) ,'",let n rIIJ1l.HNotre thai. (U, ':. Knight l'
FIFTY-Cfty hits a man he don't. I'm sure you'll attract. pill,' i spending! n few days here with Mr. TILEiIESSA: : llh ilny, ,.f .lul". \ I It> I Ci' I. him Illnl( IHI.1. .,j'J;,'
rvrllllciiti. In my mite' mid, him nm.lu. atiiill' ..
and Mrs. oi
Charles Pinkins.
fhis is not chicken. I Dear Mabel : I am a great lover of rut inn for Inv Kmt to I..,",.. In ioor.tint; a
i In Kansas: Dr. E. L. wllh Inn. Hntil crrtlflcnte .0111...... tin following
No oh sir. We call BiRgs, of Starke
a
: no, I pigeons and I want to breed them for was Thcressn, Sept. :21.! -:Mr. and !Mrs iliiicriheil |irtip,.rty. upland in Uriui .
d'und half. It is beef and A Kansas town's city limit welcome professional visitor hero :\lon"IIY.1'R.'EI.lm I foul, 'OIl"ly.0'101.( ... lo-wltl ::1.
i I show purposes. Can advise me | J. P. Padgett and family :Mr. nail
you N. JA A i>f NtiiiliwiHt", "...rlo', ,if Soulh- <<
Yes, sir; one cow-on to motorists: "Speed Limit 1UC how to proceed ? Harry B- 1 Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, and daughter gel: IJimil.M.. \: S,'.' ".1. 'l 1 IV;, 7. S. K :'J R, D9
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Miles an Hour-Fords do Your Best" aruw l 1 III* NHIll. Illllll. bring MHHI'MtCHl Ht the .; t
PUZZLED ;
STRAMTKcor : :
Nealie, Josoio Owsloy and GoitioSxvindcl ilulf of Ill, Imittiini of Miirh rurtllU'Hta In '.'
CErtainly, Harry. Buy a well- tlin of henry Mitchfll. br.UnUVM .
USE mono
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OK FLORIDA RIVERS .g.
: visited Mr. and Mrs[ .\. A. ; .if ,
mated pair of pigeons. I god rrrlillculM' fllinll liu rislcrlnr! fronlintr t .
First Hand Info prize
Youngblood Waldo.! to h..... tax deal will le.,,. tbarwun .
near Sunday ;
.\ Wasted Rep
Choose a large cage enameled in II nn th. Hill Any ..C ue.u'A.t 1>. 1U.M. ,
Frolicsome-Ah, I used to know Ta11aha NCp, Sept. 15.-Tho traveler Will Rowe was a visitor to Waldo Witnavn m y olTielal alKtmtun end iral, Ihia .. ,
blue for
What is your name? baby preference. If at the SIb ilny of Hi-uteinln'r, A. l II. In.'Ili. .
wife before married her. in West Florida unfamiliar with
your you Saturday. W. AI.n IUIAN.: '"
the of
end a results not I
year are
I' ni-r (turning to lawyer)- She was such a pensive girl. the scenery of that section, should i J. Ii. Zeall and ,!:Iughtl'rIill8! Clerk' Circuit' f'ourU Ii: '''t
I satisfactory-buy rabbits. I !Ily I C. A. KNIt'.ltr.U7M10H. .
have
r'a Leavens, what chance Henpeck-She's got over that now. prepare himself for snmo curious Mary[ attended Sunday school at the ih'pi l Clerk ::

,;, ." > an ignorant man like that? She's ex-pensive. freaks of nature, otherwise hrt may I Christian church here Sunday. NOTICE: TO IIIIII>K1IH lots 1'1'1I'I11"'SII" .1 -

( i rend the newspapers. LAWTEYLawtoy waste! unnecessary time groping/ fur Mr. Zi'iill and daughter' are cnrmito tlr"NI""I HTAI'I.KH.> WOVEN hrc.:WIRe /YNCE. C.' rr 'I"

The Truth. So Help 3leJonesSay : an explanation of the strange behavior 'I their home In Winter Park aftertouring Serried hliln will\ lio n'pplvml by the bnnr.1 of
Imiul, bans.. of !frud runt' county, tloilila, itllhi
of three of the state's rivers. Tho at
September Installment 21. !Mrs. M. E. F. l- Europe. They were ono
Sept. .
: < > olTii' of liu' i Smith, I just bought a Laurie old pea and shell game expression time residents of Brooklyn and have Hi.rl.lii' ., uiilil J.liO: orloek' p. m..
wards
'\ look hollow chested and thin," new cut and I want my wife to learnto and son, spent Sunday I Xi-iH, 21, .., mill, nt Hint thou pulilclyoii'iiiiil ,
with relatives in Jacksonville.Miss "Now you see It and now you dm'tnpplil.'s many friends. hero. | fur fin nlHlilntr f. n. h. I Slnrkn. l Fli.,
,o u iii. pressure pump to "the inner drive, too. How long did it take : [ Rachel Boyer is spending a to part of all of them II Mr. Frank Hloss, was n visitor to I car .fi.nci* win' 'llxljxlt I ,) Inuit coinbinntlun, e + '
What's the matter? wtniind.2b" |
Inn learn ? .
your wife to A description of those streams has and So .
few days here this week with her Sampson City Saturday ndny.Chas. lu'un Ntni'lii*
'It >m<' tax, wearily replied the Smith-Well, let's see. I don't just parents "11 ItIKH flllll Illliltln ,
Kev. and :Mrs. E. D. Boyer been written by W. A. McRac, commissioner | / Phillips of New River( visited kegs god llullHlllil.li.rw ;
n'' ube. remember, but I think it will be eight of agriculture, who quotes relatives and 1 friends hero Sunday., lo MiihmU Hiii'Oillcnllona. nn.1 prl ,
Joseph and Henry Starling l left for era iif wino it In |iniioniil| 'l.i fttrniHli nail the
years this December. Sylvester CJa. ofa a young man who has spent his lifo I L. L. Youngblood was n visitor\ to annum they" will] lend In .....
Sunday receipt
Long Winded on '1'ho t oiir.l. n'.crw H Ihu right,, to relict *nfnii.l
telegram stating that their brother, on the banks of tho waterways. Tho Hampton Monday all "''d..

rcr Allow me, before closing :Magnetic :Mabel'H :Mail Frank, was as the point of death. substance of it follows: | Miss Blanche. Humphrey visited I B. 8 M \ mircWH.Atliwtl linlrranil.C. .' r

n the words of the immortal (If you don't know what you want, J.V.. Andrews, Sr., and party of Tho Wiicmsn rises in "Beautiful friends in Lake Geneva; Sunday. A. HJTCII H-2.Dt-U-ll.| itSIANrEIfS t

v1q( 'tor.I I ask Mabel) friends were visitors to Lawtuy Sun- Spring: ," near Thomas City, on the Stuart Stephens, of Keystone : SALE I

(I "-iind (to wife)-Come on, Ma- Dear :Mabel : I've been told that Tllllllhas I'-Southerl1 Railroad, not Heights, was u visitor here !Sunday Nollra I.) lii.ivliy gluon I llmt undue' and l.fvliluo '"W'1

c go.: He's going to start in there is a charm that is infallible in day.Mr.. and !Irs.V.. E. Torodo and I far from tho state capital, and i flows evening. > clotttirti of ninitii, that unit rtrlHiii r"'r..d', Mont nit ilrrrvu. (lltu 87lh lit fort dar** a
I ..f AUUIIKI. A. l P. IllJ.I.\ : l h y lloniirnblfi A. V. o-
r dictionary. duo south to within three miles of the Miss\[i Freda Clovorsi'ltlo and Mr.
winning the love of a man, no mat- children moved hack Monday from 1"mm. jinlui. of 111. broil ,Dortn/ end tot.
beHave Aucilla river. where It disappears Cyril Mnnire[ of Hampton, wero married llnl.lfiir.l, counlv.. Horhi." In Hint m.rUInrtuiM'
ter how unattractive the girl may Kingsley lake where they have been liDri'ln 1 I. C. Towels. I In viiitililnlnnnt.ninl .
Considerate Patients ( you ever heard of it and will spending. the summer months.A underground and then ronppcurs In in Guim'tnvillo; Sunday morning. T. J. Mil,"u and, Ollti bur IIx wifisiin.
theAucilla have cut small fi.iliuilH.|| I Ito iin.li'mltitu.l will oltiT f for
V Dentist to cowboy patient in you tell me all you know about it? son was born to Mr. and Mrs Logmen a James Phillips )left Saturday for nnlii 'and| ii 'fur to Ilio hluhint inIliinL ,
cannl from the of I :::: III"I: : :'fII : A
point disappearance Miami after visiting relatives hero. In.lik'r front I ouiirthotliio iloiirIn
t town-i, --Will you have gas ? Hope B- Truby Wninwright Tuesday of last Mu,.nun. llrn.ir.inl reedy., 1 Inri.ln.. on. Mm, .
Ki I Eye Dick-Will it hurt much week.A. to tho Aucilla. I Mrs. Lula Urlicli and, daughter, of tiny, flu Hint due of U..Coh.T., A. ll 111.:!:,I. ilur.inu r. '
Yes, Hope, I have/ hoard of it, The Aucilla rises in Georgia and Jacksonville, visited her brother S. I IhiItuul lioum uf .IJn. for. thu parpv.i I
1 'n If. Harley, of Louise !spent Sunday of nHliHfylnir. mini' (llnnl' ilntmIhu t..II"wln..h"iIu,1 ,,1 f
and
I it
I but seldom have seen flows in n southwesterly direction week. real In Ili.i.Uor.l
!K. Swindol, the past wtula oouiily.' y.\
Yen it hurt. with his
i -I i may family. I
though I can vouch for the certainty forming thc pastern boundary of i I Il.irhhi.. lo.wit: C ,
I I' D -W-all then for sake Reddish married in 1 .
your Bryant was | 'Ilin Nnrthi'a Qnarti'r uf Ihu HonthfUk
of its effect, I know but Jefferson Florida. About I ,.. V.
county, gunner (ur thu Rant llnlf of Lot 'Iliniii IM>
UK. it. I Jacksonville first of last week, his I | IWI.on. 'lhlrlylx 1 '1111.( 'I'owimhln( Ito.!
little about it. This love charm three miles south of where the Tnllit- j..r "
bride being a niece of J. W. Barber II I The Woodlot. ((51 Nod h. llnniM( Tmnly+>no (I-Ml .nut.I; cun.Inlnlnir .
I is called Munny. hassee-Soiilhcastorn forms Junc- I ( Early ions nioro. or tin.. II"
Willie's! Dog LifeW Their friends wish them all happiness" a The furiiimiilliil nm furnish work A, /. AllKINfl.Slirrlnl 4 .rfn ?
I tion with this river, the Aucillu sinks | for men mud "lonnm iliii'hiK tint. Intel MnntiT In Chnnmry.: r

IK had almost finished his read- Dear Mabel: Outwardly I am very and runs underground in n winding monthsvlion oiliirork. IK a..,,ree. P.... A. 8. rilKWS.HnllLllur( y'J
Mr. and Mrs J. Guinn and childrenof fur C.iiniilamnnl N-AI-t.O.U
way for possibily 12 miles, rising i! alder l ill.Una. (the former on MID labor. ----- -.. -. ---
Johnstown, were visitors here on about three miles north of where the1111'188a question .tin \\otnlliit. run xiiiily| | n portion Nn I IU'E': 10 Dnirom: AND 'IIF.I.'fnltK! *,
- q Sunday.J. of the liiillilltiif, iiiiilorlnl, .the bulk All iipntoiiN Inili'lili'il to Uni idols, nf Cm a r
\' comes into it from below the Tnllirit llollownv, lulo' .of llrii.llor.1 on.inly.Mori. !
R. Emitting, of Gainesville, was | of llu "rrinilr, iniili-rliil, uIII11I liirgc iiiirt, .In. 1 four mil'h ilvhla l forllr t I
here enrth. ,' with, nod\IIIii'-:: ;:!:. :: iiavlnif" clnlina ntialiiHl:, ') / "h
transacting business in and near 1 If not nil of 'tin furl used on Ih nvemit" ,
.
Mold talaUi, iihiill Illi Hit mum* ..1. nut Kent I.
@@ i.po i. Thursday.A. The course of tho river it traced by I'| fin'in.' In niMlllon. the. well-kept eau+.l I with tint iinilunilKnii.l. a.hnlnliitratur .
I within( two from Annnnt 14, 111.!*, l>(
A. Durden and family/ of Hampton sinkholds and it can be soon plainly. woodlot may he nude. u Nourci of outHllltl they will lia yraia foriMfr l.arri.lIII I v

were guests of Mr. and Mrs As proof of this an object dropped I .lllll.lllM. tllKlllKll I subs Of timber, YI> W. IIOf.l.OWAY. >
II't I lists, tiK'l wood. AdnilniHtrator, CrtlnUj' Corn. 'I'Inlhort' I follower.S17VtlOIJ.
Charles Dinkins Sunday. into the stream where it first sinks or de\::rr.aed: :i.
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Enoch Hrifll wall transacting bus- _____ _____ -_ n u_ ____ __m__ __ ___ __ i
ENROLLS Inca sin Jacksonville several days of '

last week. RICHARD LLOYD JONES ; "?

,p:\ YOU I, GeorllcVhite, of Jacksonville, was" EtiQuette : **
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I, I a business visitor here Saturday. SAYS ?; I '


"I.i Miss Mabel Edwards left Saturdayfor aoi {!J j '

.i.i.iII l Macon, Ga., where she will resume <- I Mind Mints Money to... i It'I. ""
II '" .
her studies in Wesleyan Col- 'D"A..JLoeILJ: dIL ..__ )0'"

lege. Am/ f/um/ioiM' m vttijuetta
v
ze Robert Moore and Clyde Rowe were :singleness of purpoHU IH tln foundation. of nil sue,..H. It I.l the. man 11'/ill l", ulaillu/ uiifiri'rfil in

) # visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.Rev. who. known exactly/ what I lio, wants ami 1 I 1".I.lot on ni'lliim" Uln.> usually/ \ thin rnluinn If iiditriiini-il l yr't
V K<-H' it. :; I A. 11'(/,,, care of this iiincnIIKAII -

::1 ," Cramer, of Lake Butler, filled We are too prone to look upon( niniiij' nitlirr lli.in .mlml..., IIH our u.ml.. ;r ,mp''r.

I'' a+ his appointment Sunday at the Meth- :Money, 1m r ins only th mini who lias not 1""I"It',1" l to help hllll ..lr. ,

I'i i odist church. It Is tho mlml, that mint minify. ;.Money never makes mlml. '1'" l lI bur> A. l.rI"-: h

Mrs. J. E. Brown who has been I IU'It, with a sliver Kpuon in your inoutli U nut u liainllrup/ unlosit you WIlI"rI'' tin- words that It. S. V. i- '
Why 'aste any more time longing for the I Irl 'the spoon Kilt )OU. i, I', Mliinil. for) .\ filfinl. told mo Unit

pleasures out of a Ford Car? spending the past two years in Way- Poverty IK. lIotI virtue It I U. nutliliig to brag' abort 'I 1 lio pools tills, t'x|xiri'NMlnn was not lined iimrlitoday. WI

you can get I cross, Ga., with her son, Louis, returned praise" a false philosophy when they slug of the glory" nt !povcily.' Tho I If flint In I true, what tukei 3

Start now to make the Touring Car or any'',: to her home here Saturday.Mrs. a hula struggle of tho world In. to Noraiiiltlu away from It. It IK a r Its plum Thank Jou.

other type you may select your own. ''II't h Charles Dinkins was the guest llhJlMlUH tllllltf. f A. HRADKH.II. t

Friday of Mrs. W. E. Torode at starting Youtu'n for.Voiir problem. U not what are you MUrtliiff! wilh !but nher. Ire you, C)' H. V. P. arc French word

't Soon you will have it to drive anywhere Kingsley lake. fortune depend, not upon) what you kayo In jour hand, but ;if.i "Il".f"d.j""11I/1. "annwi-r. rilUK If you plat pleuo.Whlllli "

you want logo-camping-visiting-picnicking Mrs. Francis Wiggins and daughter what you have in ;your head. ,. J Your frU'liil win "lIrr-t In ,- ,. 1IS
II work. 1" Miss Annie of Jacksonville, were heal nobility Is the fruit of heart, culture no lifts. than hind iiilturoiiml 4" IIIK It U rarely IISIH) on Invltntloim ,
-or to your your heart/ grows big/ only as forte It Into the uirectloci of
.. week-end visitors of Mrs Louise you 01111'1'ht'lIrllt. tJ; now. Tho reason) |lit.f'U t
a> ) Hint M-fijln, are l'l"A."I to havotllw
Under the terms of the Ford Weekly Pur ''I: Lowery. Iieterinlnntlon tll.I/ richer unset than doll"..... It IH the one h 1n.llHpriiHiiliIo u poIllelii-NS. to answer Invl9 !- +
Truby Wainwright was transacting tool that U. m-iHlmt. for tho Hiicteiuiful completion. of every tHtloiiH+ without having to tHI > fa
chase Plan you can enroll for as little as $5. ::11 busines sin Starke Saturday. Job you may desire or lure romis-lled to tackle.Iiitermlnatlon i'f I* asked to. llowHVt-r ono would

1' ] Earle Roberts and Clifton Brown forces Jim 1 over the ronit of romvntnitlon. Conovntrntlnn : t." drop n blot ; It might\ bn, put' + / '

We will deposit your payments in a local left first of the week for Gainesville one thing II In and the, force held there.of Intellect thrown like tbo aoim'hllgtit upon[ just li'' t"l.VOl. ,)' "Kindly"' send. rvspouiw) ? '

i! bank at interest. You can add a little every ''I, where they will resume their studies Concentration, III tho control of the cultivated 01111<1. V t.. the to .ItlJ,1
week. Soon the payments plus the interest at the university Nobody cures. whether Lincoln or Kdlm.n I Fnerxon: McCormlckAKHSHU 0.- 1 1J
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P I M. L. Loadholtz was transacting I: had a bank account because' everybody; known they bail a brain pus A. 1'1' : .,

will make the car yours. I'I'I I'I I business in Jacksonville several days account. They cultlrated and concentrated their bruins upon a gr*''tilntfrmlnatlon (1)) Is tint eiMx-tnl to send itwrlttwi

I to do something w> well worth while that they rllllttaoo..o .. acceptance. for an afternoon

1 You will be surprised how little time it last week. the poverty, above fickle fortuno Into the ladwtructibl! wc<b\ .. tua or "at h(",..." card ((2) If iinu kf
Arthur Wilkerson of Maxvllle, was of J cannot uttwul should culling cardu.. '
; really takes to get a Ford after you make the 111 a visitor here Friday. r be seat? If 10, bow many.;

it off-Enroll today. Come : 1\1.. E. I .
start. Don't put Rev. E. D. Boyer was called for y '

in and let us give you full particulars. pastor of the Baptist church Sunday ((1)) N'I). ((2)) TV'*. If It In Impossible -

for another year, making hU fourth GJJF@ l to put III an nppoarancB. +
J at the affair! n visiting. curd
here.Postmaster. .y .
I year (
should 1 bo put In an (-iivtlo' [>ii
.h.x W. II. Biggi and daughter r end sent to tbo hostess Try

Mrs. E. B. Wells, and J. T. Red- end, hum It arrive while tho tmIn w

v dish were among those who attendedthe a In Jirottroiis. This. rosy bn tie .
Today l lillly Itiinkem win t>Pftkln' tom Y dune the
_.o _, by services of a ITIPHenuer -
hard road meeting in Green Cove of the tragedy Life I III a-Ketti to be. . w 7fA/T1f..
ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHT ).: a or by ?est.' (1)A: ) hurt
t Springs last week. Me thinks wn nro nothln' but Korer'uifiit r :t: baud and wife if unable to uu- I If

v- Authorized Dealers !'orisllIary: Boyer Upent the weekend slaves, awl will never be tree till were lulij J. tl01 fIn .,lt pear would! eu< li .send a earl e" +

LINCOLN, FORD. FORDSON: a cif, with friends in Baldwin. our Knives 4 that this neat generation ,( .. ''eV ) a hontMs. and) a daughter/ urn s li
(I will witness our groans while polltl- ;Nor (fJ s, airing Urn rtlon, two cnrdi t
!,. STARKE. FLORIDA II+ 4 E. M. Futch, of Jacksonville, spent cal bu7.7..Ir..Ire/ plckla', our bonen'. !' Jr..'.. Bd1 1"'jljlt.\ f n each are lent.: t'e

y ./'w' I he: week-end here with his parents, sure wo are headed for I'luulor and chains Sb jSP'' ," N .

r. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. while the pliitocrnt travels on gold i plutwltrains. ....- \f ;" DUll A. I.r-D" l 1 N

r rp J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, was There was il[ business visitor here Monday.J. despair l In his. word there wvrn't any ;J. drops' his fork nt dinner ll.,wrbouM j Ir
a
e doubt that Kill !liurikem was .sheered I celery be aU.a?
+ ve, T. Moore was a visitor to Jacksonville Hut-I'd been no busy puttla' up .buy. I l' A. V. H.

{ 1 1a Friday. that I'd missed" all the s.(.srnrecrow Itlll s
a 1t a If there In a wrraut .allow hortt"t t
,-.a Wilmot Brown, who has been spending mentioned l today. With a carload of OthfrwInK u ;.
steers, and of I to pick It up.
a pen-ful lungs huda't ob- I
the past three months with hit do lit) lou..lt, uulriM titer U
served we was Koln' to the dogs I
Barents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown, reckon Pro parsed up a boot-loud! / of crime a gentleman beside you In which i1t

left Friday for Augusta, Ga., where couldn't study It none when I ain't had t C/i.a be will do It. After a wopl

he will resume his studies. the time. Thero's lots of nice things t of apology to tli./ hoitvox continua -
"'A. m If nothing. bad/ happi-n, tt
that a feller could !learn-und, mora Information ,
Harold and sister
Higginbotham y salt the C
(2)) Put stifle oa eds.
that ain't wutb a dern,-so. In spite
Miss and Prescott of of the butter then take 'I
Myrtle, Lije of Bill Ittinkem, I'm bound to lasseS' my plat ,
Maxville, were visitors here Satur muscle, and brains where !It pay me the n .. th. arallt of celery. t"uebln0011 d y
end llvbtl/ la the alt and bite

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; PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA' FRIDt -. SEPTEMBER: .M t I. ,1"2", ,

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, .; \ ll.- l.lkrth aMHociation--I any"-muy-adopt-the pro via Ions of thl*.act. A nT' -

,. CHAPTER.: UltflO--No. 184)). thu complrollor. and the attorney unnorul or ] c..ntacl differing from, term corporation or aaaociution ortranlitcd underprovlowtly plants this fall and join the other self saw in the terrible .
kr i AN ACT to cncourutfu, tho eo-mtrntlve. tnarttfitnK auuh other board authorinud under. the laW'' generally cllalrlct.d existing atutute. by major u..u'
.ur..L a
f } of farm ruducut and lo siithurisu, the I of the ..t 01 Florida to grant pcrrnlU to ,, ( ; a vacancy on the board of di rector ily vote of its stockholders may or member bohrotiicht thousands wjio are already enjoying: sudden death of the J Mp.u I .

p i. inuon'Omtlun of co-op vruiivu trmrkubinit. ustmiatloiiM. Mull .1.1 bu deemed guilty, of a mmdenieanur > occurs, other than by expiration of term under. the provisions of this act by \ I
4 .. oll conviution sushI b pumahil i thu remaining. member. of tho Imard. by a II mi tin if its momberahip and adopting, the other I this modern onvenence.! Scare which certain inti-n.

II I. it on.oh'd by the IftflnUtur' of the Hint la provided for the ..u..hl..1. of mm majority vote ..h..1 til the vfirunc', unJcn rcHtrlctionH. a* provided herein. It ahaltmake sedulously cultivated of -
of HuridntStation' I d,' ,uiturfi under' time Iuwa ulI'.uvld..d. I the by-Jawa ,. ( an election of directors out in duplicate u statement signed and I Irum 1'

I. JJcMilurHllun of policy. In order. i lorldii.. that no permit, shah bu by atricU. In audi close the board of 1A by iu director upon, horns nut* i iplieil AND! CONSEQUENCES Curiously enough this view.. ,
to l.ron.lo., I Junior end viieuurtiKtr Uiu' inutlliitt'iil ( Ji mud .by thu comptroller and attorney ..enIMJ. director 0 ahull immediately. )' cull u Hpeciulmeeting I by the secretary. of ututu, to the clluctthitt TiE K\nlJIUAIU I .v
nnd tirtlfrly. ", ".k..llII" of u..ricuttuiiilprofluuti < or zilch other bUlro uuihoriatMl under thuu of the member or ivtockholdi, in the corporation or sociutlon hoc by a depends upon the supposiiii t I'' I

p ihtfiiiKli co-operation amid. to olimiimtu wa of thu atatu OC ... to grant l.ur"It Unit district to All tho vacancy.Hcc majnrjtyotv, of iia n'lock .I dor* ur mvmiuersiicihi'il Japanscs War Scare m .
r PiHculatlun, mill WHeW ; miti to make thu ,o null Muck' t\cipt when .it ahull 110
uppt-ur" ij: Election or The .. to accept the beneHu. and bc. bound <
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,, $ clwliilmUuii, of agricultural proilucU, un ilirwtus ucn oirwiTii that ,it la tlio, Inu-ntion of thoi hull elect. from I their. numlier Ol'.e.n .. .1..10.nndone i hj t the i roviaion of this, act Article of in* forsooth, the earthquake h.>

I cnn bo rlliclt'iuly\ duiu*. .bolwi'iin ,producur i ,..uj..0 oiuaniKera, to I.u..trll. a .*"rsuj, or r.r more viCe ,pnsldcnUf. They..111 aim cnrftoration, .h..11 bu 11.01 sic required' in neo- For more than ten years there has pun's and
end and Htulilllxu Itw ,.
oitiiHumiT lo nmrlc'tintfof dully c HI an or unter- lion nlnnedbv power resource
except they ahull bo
i nurlcuHurM rirmlucu. this tint i I. .. elect a aerrelary and treuauror who need not ellhi. been growing feeling seri
imiwuU.Site.
I priau nr thttt this amount of money reifumdio be t .mb.. of t he of directors.'Ihu among .
directory nnd they muy combine the t tvoIntter b.a.d t however is not the view
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in
uMxl tx-
llUntr fee bu
IIU."II.Or otliUH and the nainu for hung that in
designate the comlniicd office ous-minded people we are a
.hol o
DID iiKriculturul shall l '
i at' Urrn product' ".j i A i'j .
un mlinent The Score is
umt of Incorpoiullnn.S dead -with
IIH aeirelury-lnUMurur. treuxurer
Ihu -
'I incluilu horticultural, ,1,1<1.1.111.) luii'ittiy.dairy. r live .Stock poultry, .UMI mid tiny farm i I.y suds alockholdura.Vhtii ... Ko aMitociatlon orunniu-d agree; the Scare that J,,
,. hall not be conxiflered un officer but' a* a ., h.runde. that the
roduuta. f. Indifference preceded
I i. |* The "rm-mbrr". shall JncluJa \ u peimlt phnll hues boon irrunttid, intu functinn of the buard director In Much Chilli bo deemed... to be. a retrulnt ': about to attack the Umu
(bi term notuul .
4 ) "I'uin the. proponed. thu shall of trattu or an illeKtil monopoly or the mind
I & membf.ru. of o.a"'u", without, ciipitulHUtck COII"II".d oruanixLiaof cake secretary jntrform the usual ac- j World War has passed off
and, Itoldtira. of toe U In such corporal ahall theiuupon, tilu with' cliluntung duties of the trtanurnr, txccptin un ..1'm.u/ lejinen compuiilion/ or fix prl.c mean. But it is altogethri
1' with common it.lock.c IMHUciiiLM I lie governor sod the secretory of stole' of thu that the (onus ale II be dc'iuwited. only nit authorized ,.'. o'bIL..rly. or Hhnll the murltetlnu con of tho people. A sense of being at
-A' vm urwiniKi'il, cupitiil that the
> **liito of Moridu a copy of Uiu arliulea of In. by the board of director. 11'net .. ,."18 bitwe the uaMuclntionand earthquake( in "r
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,... ] shownin
.. : ( | Thu U-ini .eiut u mi'unu nny cor the end of is clearly
,
iorporalion and a HUiu-rnvnt in iluplicato un Sec I 14. 8 toe It ; membership ; certificates da mmnlHTM or any nitreumunU. .- systems
umlur Him, ,
net undid
l poiullon) The ui'iiuniKtd u-rin' "iKimon", nhull include In. drr huLlS of one of the proponed. oruurilxur when iKBiiedotlnw: lability ;,limitation, ai; I ii. In this act bu conhidered. Illc-ual or in ccmutriiiuut almost every quarter. Perhaps it i quence, may promoti J.ij: I ,

g r tltvifluiil ftrm*. i loIrtlIenshIl>.. corporation in suet aubalantiuily the loluwll torm : \1 transfer of owtiumhip.lat I of tnidu.Hec this which made the ; higher national grade in f<.\\
und O5OCIltllfl.. \ To i ho ttovurnor and lu.r.. atuUi uf''' Whim a mvinher of an aHHociution iatubliHhed 2R. ConHtltutlonality. If any. section wns pottiule ;I I

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I w "co. ::. ;..ton" are dHintMi to inrun a coin 1''''')'. ..... olTice iiddi'(. la lut tollowa towlt: I certitlciite of mcmbunthip.bt I I i flliull not be iitrectud' thereby Japanese and the rest of the world :

I umlion or oclution, which ti -,.. p 1 1i In tu l busIness operation to tliu following n n member until, it nun bum fully lull for. The I I 'bo 'provlHlona of the venurul /
CO'I" which

."I. i 4 i. ,th, I ,: nut Itrinuti'iil 1. iiiiirv l(.iturn:than, on 8 Capitol per cent invented*'' roBlrlcl' to :=::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: I rt promiHHory'pted'A I by 64'' j thu note attHociuUun of ,the member ua full many or. lurtlusl..., noci thin rit'hia Hi I ion' orKunipeil thc-reunJer haste: :of thin rounder. shall ttat'

I if. AuLhiinitintc. thu n-fundinic. in ,,"r. or ; ,; ; I.I'n.'t.' Ihe. aaHocliitlon .h.1 hold. I he block 1.,' ..I.I.n. arc. In conflict with or Inconttin because the only method by which conditions. This will tncuii, tan
proptmt-d to orKiinlxa
u ; Curimirutiuus
wholly of uuy moneys, rirnumiiitf after thuinymutit c'r" 1(5 Hecurity for the the note but I tent with the pxprejm provlnlonH of thin act
( I uf oxpcn.. return on vnpiial tock under chapter __--. Horidu.act ascii retention ua security: u' ar'n ailed the KvcIT.. Annual feea. Elicit UHHOfiuiion the Inland Empire could be compelled increase in military and 10
of ls2i', 1..u
; ; mini huieby dtclaro that if
4 nvittUMl' und providing u mumhcr'B nwrva on .mher' right to vote.U ortranljud pay. an an ciency. But even this fart!
granted u hermit to urguimiiau such co-opera-i ahli into the main channel] of i
thu progress
I the hiutfH of or In proportion to putronuuaof !' I (S fx."I for ilc'bu lawfully cuilt met td nunl HcenHc fee of 910.00 bu ex
tlvo that the huMimrim of cool! .h..1
1 -' nn-mWni.! t corporation itliiill Ibu conducted under corporuiiim between him arid. the no un'niirr, nipt from all franchise or .. .... was to have her old ways ruthlessly be received as a menace f,Mi-,

1 I ttutnljvr J a. UUP.uf tni'tnbvr HhiirvM ownud nno vott% ri'KnrtJUfMi. of tin* 1..1.111. .nd1 laws of ,I II Hlmll I. liable for the o.lllun... "the UXHUCHItinn ,- S... 214. l"ihlng foe.. Kor filing article ofIncorporation pretty certain in the cominu M I
I .hllh"u.
I I 1 nets of 1a.! an nniotint exceeding thu sum remaining un fiHnnciutinn. ... ,,' hereiindt shaken to pieces This view was one
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1 orunniaera .
l b. till a..h.II..11 11.ldn. '
f 4 Option' nitiHl uivcn onll .
I ftlmrm olFfrvtl for unlit and all trunNforaTniwt ,( I,.* the stilts of thuruln avttinu. forth > .rtnl cinch Incl.lno'' nmemlmenl the
btt rovud by the fUMociutlon. Aimoclulioim Ilr.lu. I orlel. 'B.IO. II |
l Hp|> tiny unpuid balance* on any .. Sec. 2(5.( AH I laws certain clarity of vision i I of and an ally '
h oriiunisu-d, hiruumlrr Hlmll bu dn-minl ills ,purpiMttft, rl.h.h .1.h .u-oporal.u cor- i I lulo. I I luwa In conflict represented a ,
r
; ,," in ortrnniiUMl. and l man- itivt-n m puynu-nt thereof.dl with I the provinionn thi art arc hereby
iion-proDi. inasmuch. u* they are nut nrtfanix .utUI d..ham. I which would have been refreshing other Island] at the '
No atockholder of
ni'i ,I melheii, i which will be pumuud in theriiim't a co-opornllvc' IIHHoclatloii i repealed. Provided, the Empi.(
pro
.ull' for thvmMilvi Hiirh
.l. s..I| to make ti* :: : :: : I ahull 1 i :: t r'bhJn.
of the builium of such own more than Mxionn of till. "hull .., of
3, Co' fur tin' *I r irit'inuum tin such but, only furtht'lr co-operativu ,ihi. Mock un"I"III'lh"C net not to had not the accompaniment been BO ; extremity the great i-nsti \l'
rniporution' ; the millie, of aaid iato ccmn"" to ''h. U"O.III''' I t nt: -Alj5isifc.ct. / '<,
r I nii'rnlwr an producer 'I in murkutintcIMTt. net shell h.. and it .. c..r."I..1 II un aHHfH-taiion, In iu I>...h.w. may I limit thu i ifirnouiu I 1 limit or In any wine interfere. with the unutterably tragic. The world it- tinent.-Uearborn Independent,
lit r.'fvrrvd to tin "co-opi-rutlvu .h..l .ntlul II''
p I I ." an Lion, for a period of ___ )'..0.. until diattolvt of .."nuU stock which one memlter i,i ritrhtn. power. or privilege. of any corporation I
,, N1 d hew tie of ,into,, own any amount less thnn onctwuntiiili which
... by or by written consent 1 I or o..I.'I..n mny have been or- iI { --
l StM.*: :1. Who nrKimiRtTlinu. or more, of cotnnvm stuck --
mil
) two'ihlrdH of the mi'nl.irms. 1 IHnixed w now exintn, or of any
Q, crttonH rnunKd in Ills ,.Miurljon of uny HUriculturtil Wheivfoiv.: I It .ia prayed that letter patent i i ibe I 'Hie iiHaociulion' Hhull limit Ita tlfxnlcnds on I corporation or association which may be here (:

product. may form a him protlt, K i'ft n ted lo those incorportitora In purauance slick to an amount notrouter Ih'l H per after n..I..d under the proviitlona of chapter I
.( .: i co-opt'rutlvo. ni Hocliiiinnith or without' capital of the provision I IInwa rent per unnuin but all I other nut. income r> of ItfOt), entitled, ",\n net for | Arrived ;
v ,. I, i "wck.|< which may net. an agent for ft.. of rloriilii\ : ucut .otlchopw.\ --01' Ion Bpecllleil nwerve Bhull I be dHtiibu.ted the 1..onl..lln. management and cooperation When The Coolidge Boys

j m..I..d.| or utockholdurH under the proviitloniif Hiuntd, and Healed. at ...... this .. day of I IA. lack to its member only on the bum of I"''' aulc.lllrol (viticulturali, and horticultural '

; .> thin tiiit.8i ... I'l'! I centuHc of product of mernburn hnmllud by non-profit, co-operative' luwociiillonn,. .

r .... 4. ruriMiHMt An itBKoclution may benrKuniKcd I. ::-__.____________________(Seal) I 1 the UMHoclution. Any receipt' of dlvidindx. the came being section 4010 of the revised | =- -_..- .-
I; I to engage. in any activity. in con (Heal) i ifSeal from milmidiury .ur..rul..n or rrl stock general MtatuUof Florida, and also I

,A I 1 ni'cttrm with product tin mnrki'tinu of iu mcmbciH.or aullintf, or off with thHKrlcttlturnl <> i -:::::-:::::-:::::::::::::!()(Seal H)> I II '| or other :Hucurltie: ""a'd: the. ordinary tho .reciiput.".lu'lon'l: lions organized Florida' ,under the same the chapter belnjr section TilHJ corpora of 4510 the I 1- '

t t the biirvwlkntr. prt-wi-rvinn.. ...)'In.... ,procimMin (Stall) hue I'. ahull bu diatribulud ac- I : revised! general ntututtof Florida. i 'Sri :
wh.C :
.., cunniiiKt, piuikinw, rttorinn, handling hlp- Within ten-duya;; ; of auch ; tori ly. j 80. Thia net shah tco 'into effect upon '
l I"line. or utitiKittmn, ihcrt-of or Ihu manulac' I I aiiphcation." the 'ith'l ;find thu (f.., No member or atockholder nmy, be entitled I....* h..omlnl a law I '=:
y turlnw or murkftmtr of the by-proihirtn. then. I to more than one Cite '
c
i Hume to be proper r and thu I June 7. 102U\) : :
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t ( I of ; or in cunnuvtion with) the mttnufut'turin propimud to bv conducted bu .. 'i'd ( r/) The by-law Hhrill prohibit the tranaf 1)b

i J I .., HidhtiK. or HUpptyintc of its mi>mbt'ni with II within tile :of the provisions *>. of the clock of thu association to pent on snot _
I
l l machinery, mitiiprnunt" or .nuppli" ; ; or In thoOtianclnir I eUlln.fthia act ho ahall i.""" letters patent to entruuud In the production of atrrtcultuiulproduct .
: of the above ctnumoratvd .Hctlvltii1* I zilch. orKanixvra aiithnrixlnir them to proceed handled by the ..uclal.n. and such

: or in tiny.. onu or more of the activitie .pucitl.d > to conduct a corporation, under thai paine nmtrlclionH toIlet lie oM-ry curtillcutc To Cure a ColU' .n Ono I my -. f\)

lnnin.Sic. ittlopU'd and under the provisions of this act.which of stock aubject thereto. LAXATIVE PROMO QriMVCTahlrU:

\ 6. Preliminary InxtwtiKHtinn. Kviryirroup ; I letter patent .h..1 IJH .I..t." by thu \\xf. The aMHociation may at any time i's.rt.tit .. Ink' the tiuKh and tieniliuhu, nnd work ., I
of pt'Motm conumplutln, .. the ortcanlxHtion secretary of atatu .great ecu. of thu j when o..bl. of the association exceed lifI ("old t' W. ,jRO\lv'n Bimmiurc ou eaih box. I"
of a. HHHOcliiLion under. thin act fa uricfd ntatn of Horida.Kuch I 1 )' ,per Cent the aaaet thereof buy in or
I t )i Is, communicate with the tttuUj ninrkutlntcconimlHHioncr. iippliration for litters patent when ,.,"'.hu.o Iu stick at book valuu 1..0. .

,t r who will Inform It whatever M sent to'tie cretary of atate shall bo accompanied I i 1 determined by the board of d' -

survey. of the miirketintc condiliona atructlnif' by it foe of .a&.(IU which ahal Ihu time Sec. 15 Hutnovol. of olficer or tlirector. Tl'KN O ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN
0'_ I hu vomriinHitiea. to bu handled. by tho proptmed only. fttt "'.1"lr.0 for Hlinir such petition andprocuring I I 1 Any member. may bring charges uvuinHt an :
'. itHHTicifillon' IndIcates. ruvnrdlnif. probnblf patent for a coopcrativeocoriiorutum oil'tcer, director by lUmic them in writing HOME
.' I HUCCWH.Kfti. .'. under thu provisions of 1 with tIe .,'cruwr)' of the aaaociution tuK*timer. YOU

: tt. 1'owuru. Each aMHoclatlon IncoruiMlcr (isis act ..anl.1 I uith a petition .i."u by ten per cent of the

f j pn iutod I thin net skull have, thu follow Bt'O. D. mundmenta. article of Incorporation. member. "IU removal of the olli, "
I liii: ; ,power The ... 1 incorporation maybe cur or director, in question. The removal shall "Ready to tarn on the lights! !

4u> To nKiiKo In any activity in' connection .rl.I. ba voted upon at the next regular or 0pfCialmeeting That it ia
declared Is the
: altered or at any regular meetin thought
; f with the murketinit. ai>llinK( ImrvimtinK.lirenervinMi .. of thu aaauciution, and by a vote uf I

,' I drying. procmmiiiK. can num. .....r.f purpftMe.tf. or uny An special,amendment" meeting .calu) for bo .the.,.. a majority remove of the bus officer member.or director The aBHoolatinnmuy and Mil back of the new, instnlled-price planof \4

Inf. pnckliiK. handling or utillxniinn of any by two-third of tho director, and tliu Thu director officer selling Delco-Light the well known ",
walnut
'. Hurlouliurnl Prodlictil. produciil. or fleliwnd tu 1..v.1, vacancy or ( :
by a vote representing a majority )
f I it by its membent : of the manufacturing I or h. .I"I\'d who tmuch charges have been brought ahullbu farm electric
\ : the members of thu uMHoctatlon plant, which the company
: In writmur of tin churKL
k.t mnrketlnu; of the by-producU. thi>n>of or in .I to the articles. of incorporation InC.r"'OI pruVIOUH Ki
connection with the purcltHMo or hinnu, for \.ndm..n"MO ... shall bo tiled in accordance .. the meeting and .hol have an opJiortunity has just announced.
\'h'n tliu muulinic to henrd in t
I f lieu by iu members of aupplitii' machinery at person
.
with thu ,provision of thu weneral
I 1 OP iiiipmtiit, ; or I in the financing of any curls of this, alate ; provided however"rllr..nI.w a fee ur by counsel and to precent Hnomu-s ; Low prices are assured on all models f
p4 j aativltiuM ; or in soy otio or more, of the ...c.tl ansI tile puron or tuersusine brl..ln..; the char-
of only ahull bu required therefor by and in o
U.II UKuinHt him shall have the addition financing of the
Kea name
oppor ,
;tivltli'H psiecihlumi< in I.i arc lion. Any such thn ... ) of atato.Htc. .
: :
iA aMHoclntion; ahall limit iU nctivtlliti to thehiuidhntr ,. .IU. Ity lawa. Each unsocial. 'Incorporated tunly. purchase Is taken care of, where necessary -
the '.Iow. provIde for election of
.p or marketing. of product. of lt. own I. C.U )
,
under thl unct within 30 daysafter
I j 4j nu'inU'rw only. mlUI director by tliatricta with primary elections by an payment plan t
easy
Its incorporation, for ita government Jhat
I : ; ;: in each dialrlct. thun thu petition for removalof
c lbs To l irrow money and to make advnn- 1
t e : con to mt'inhcn. and ilauiisieciliinl. a c..lu of by.iswe nutiiieutisistent a director, must bu signed by twenty. icrrIOt calls for only a small cash payment.
,
with thu powers granted )by this
I j I (IC) To Met thu ntent representatIve of the member* residing, In the district "Vm
MH or The
A majui ity vole of the member orHlocklioldcnt Delci>-Lght! Company is well- -
0.1. which hu wu h'.led., The board of ,
,
't of any mrtnlii-r or rm-tnlmn In uny of thtnltovo > C"Uh
their written niiHent l I. necos.a.
montioiti-d' HCtlvttiea. or .hr.lnl munt cull a npeciul mettinx of the known for its efforts in spreadingthe I
4 I such by-lawa. h.ach; aMHociation
I 4d.I 'I'.. buy urijtiiro. own .n.1T
I nml trade. mnrka r'r..io by-lnwa may alao .providu for any ,rtrmnnl of the director. Hy a vote of tho'' benefits of electricity in the country i I

or r"luwlnll m.te. : majority of the member. of that district, thu : *
t (rt To purcliimo or otherwise ncgitirtt and '
( Tlie of culllnit and thousands of farm x
al) many .,
4 Ianne. In question. hull bu removed from I -- --? .
R t to hold own arid' exercise 'nil rlirhta of own. and condiictlnii ita oi'etimiga.tb .h.Lo I .
: t vrahip In sod to cell, trunnf or ploditeMhnrtM .n..o. homes today know what these benefits -
( ) number of a lock hoi dura or mum- I I
'" of lie, capital, htock or honda of unyC 'l'h. Si-c. : flefercndum. Upon tlemnnd of onethlnl I I : .
I. rporntion aHHoclution formed this bern conHtitutinir a quorum ; the entire board of dnectom, atymmulither are, thanks to'the kindly influence C&fvin ppecMrejd J"n ;
,, : 'Iu'l : :; 1:11It. (let) Thu right of m."h.re or shmekiiohii'rsto that. hiss .been wpproved, or panned by I C
.
net **ntiUK In any rt'latrd Brtl ( inbunilllntr of these '
and widely known SiCoo1
both t Dclco- .
vote by t f'J&
proxy or mol or the board mist be referred to the entire membership ie:
or of of thu product
any .
mlrk'UII" condition etfucta of
I liunilk'd by thii iiKauulalion.I niitnnt'r h.// of 'thu tuckholder for dtcialon at thu Light plants. is safe to predict, .
I fi I To twiiilillHh n-tiervt-H and to Invent \olen. next, Hpeciul or rviculur l metttlnic I ; provided, I i ,- M cItIes and the country,
others t ?
(ill l i The number of director : with the aid of j with II
however that apictul inectiuK bo culledfo a plan like this and Thin (
iq sj fnnda thvrtvtf. in bon.lii or Much. othr-r prup- iiuuriinite a may II\KpUK'r. CoollilKe boys that were to pluy ou th'

w iqi. "i"'ty II.!umy bu 1' : :' the by-lu\\n I S > Tim' innlinciittona. Comllhiefliatiiiflil| I and I rlhu. 17.purpoau.B.C. Murkctlnir, contrnct. 'iu> The with so many thousands able to enjoy pnniKrapln Hbw the two surprise for newsimiK-r
: J' IK> To buy rI"'n.lln exerci all privfi tint u u ;and:; tsrmns: mit: office' of director, andoIliutiH. fuKociation White Ilousi lawn. 'V..I. here boy arp. I their,
," nol
and its mukc and
1.. | .>,H of uwu..h, rial or pcmonulproperty m"rb muy cxe- the advantages of eleetrn-ity accordingly thorn are taller thnn (lie IrtIII.'ot
time of I their election and the modound an
_( sii may I. neceaHary or convenient. : :::: ; : :: .lt. inarkt-linn con t roc U requiring the membcm irrcHioiilfnl.s] blh lli-Ul
< manner of wlvinir notice thereof. Cnlvtn. Jr., who was 11 I 1bnl'l'
that
numbers will
for the. coiilui'tniir and operation of any of lo Hell, for any 1..1..0 of time' not over great On the I.rt II
I'onaltiua, foilolutii of thu bylaws.tie In
(10 I >na nwtwr. sworn n
ten nil i Dud of their. when his father wa Ir.,111
yenra. or any part
Maw.
of
t hu bnninutM I he aMaorlation incidentalthereto. take ,
of
The of advantage the opportunity'whih
I ( ) amount pnl'ol"" oriianiAuiiun agricultural or apecifled commodi- nCr Training camp They' Irrlvl11 !
I nnd membership' fee. If tminner. andmet I..du.t I hIs wai In It Military
ihi To .do ach everything. .ny. tit>H oxcliiHi\ely) or through thu axHocmtionor the Delco-Lijrht Company offers John.; .11.1111. time tlncc their father bi-i-amu,
"rc..y.ol'nl. hod f col lert ion of and thetiuil.Imue wi't-k the
aut <> hint ,
.
.mu. facilities to be 1 by the White
I ', or proper. the ai'compllHhntent ofany any "a.. UDHOcditlon th<> loUe tl'lt
limo. of I lit or the iittiumnent, uf''' for which they may bu 'o '1 liio cunl..et nosy. ..vhlu that IhenMHociution to buy their own Dclco-Llght

... ... .. _. .....purpiweN. .r' 'h. _'. ...". i.._... .... ._ I t hi The amount each member or atock- may sell or ru..cl! tIme products of I'i't'it&dUL
i" ; ; ;; I holder ahall be esquire dm pity annually, or i iI its nioitilH-ra, with without I title! i iinereu I
or totting
I ted to eKpedlent I !
era ; or or I"ii I I time ,Ui lime, If Ht to curry on the .
I inu-rewt or benelit of \\w\ aHaofiutidn. f*> C"I .I. > ana pity io tia memiHr me renieprice '
P'J I I'hUill.. of tile I..illtl.n. .Im.u. If any. after deducting. all stump. .__ .
necvMiiry -
addition
iiccordinttly. soil In
contract o-- .,. --"- L"a'.A "
'
paid' by or _
I : 0 .m"r .l.khuhl. verheiid, und, other c..n,1 \pcnnea.. Inpl"hn. *
erelvi( nnd poHneita powora vigIls andprivlleKea
for rtndtred ...Int.un himand !
11 to
by .
nervici'M
stock .
.. not S
'j 'i
ni'.wiHry lneldt>ntul the pur- the tulle, of .. and the manner' of int..r. on .ln. "per
f S I I, pono fur whl,'hs the iunoriiiilon. i I. o'd, .uyr'nt bu- centum per. annum, and ruticrvea
collection uttd Ihu contrnit
_ : to the nulivitieit In chins it a enKimed ; and ; ",.rk.Unl 1 member Ihe stock if any ; and other proper rU.h.n"l
o the
:1
I In ,.III"n.I any other "i..ht powers and, .priv. 'I i I tvieen u..lul.n.. "member or atockholder orslocklolhers (bi, 'IM. by-lnvm. and the m.ok.tn. .
\hl.h trait fix, apecitlo, ,
l by tho of thin state toordinary may tut 1lllhlut.o
I ,
\ bo reiiuired to niifn. '
t such mny numit to be paid by "", or stockholderof
_ _ \ corporation except "arc (II'i) tile number and qunliiicatlona of mem
.
....II..lItllh Ihe of In'j thu attxociution upon, tho breach by him ofany
vxnr"MH provlHlonn I
J j .
J 0 | lens or i of tile uudociution and
.t..kh..hl.
J iaion of the marketing contract re
prov
'
act : and to iio things anywhere.
: '1 ,1 \ Sec. 7. ,, nr.u:I la) nder the term the .coiiditioim ......t..nt to n.rbe..hlp and orownirihip ..Kardinir. thu aalu or delivery. or withholding
of ""k ; .h. "ulh.d. of und further that
product providu
; may
ali cundililn. ;pniicrlbcd In Its bylawa. anaMHoclution of withdraw
manner permitting *
the roomier all for
b admit. aa membem.. ur IHNUVatttck pay c .
wi \ .rml.m
nUl I or the holder of atock to tranufer. their stock
bonda. and fee In
_ r; nnly t.. i I'.nn. rnitaued In the prndurtiun Ihu of and thu trainfur aet..n
of th. agricultural priHluctM tu be haul.I ,"lnn.. .1..n".nL. ia brought upon the contract by the .
of Interest ra, and of the share
tion and such shall valid
leil by or through the sssocitiun. including ; any pr.I..n.
lof shuck the .. which and time
:,' I the ItmaiMW and tenants of land un.d for thuproduction ; .ndll..n. upon and .nC"r..bl. In coura of thin atatu.8rc. .
when: mombm' any niemlwr cettae. 1H. Each: associationformml $4k
of such and and
k-wttora reports
1..lu.IN 'Ike 1 auttimatK i*>n of the ri of ami.nsbsT
: under this shall l make
who receive part uf the At prepare an<
,I'l .
.n.lur" n .n. he be
when
mem
c .
1 olllbiu out to thi board annual
.,' on the leaned. prvmlaea.ib o1lrerl. an report
1 ,
i' b..hIJ In thl a Mi"I.l.n. .. man on forma the marketing
) If a 1..ml. of a non-auick aaaocla* .. of of member
I a bureau of the containing. the cf
name
thin he
I oth a natural pepsin such .
of ( the value of
manner dctvrminlnir. a member
the njtaociation. its principal, place of business
member may be by any In.llvidn.1r '
.pr.ntt interest and provIsion for purchase
M aaaitclatv. thereof duly authorised a It nnd a ueneral. statement of IlK bualneaa opulatlon -
.Ifc. .
,
by the association upon the or with
during the )'. showing the
.
in wrltltiff.el n.cl '
i" tlrawal of a member or afawkholdcr. or upon .1. .
amount of capital stock and the ,
up number
< One avociiitlon p.lo
or..anl..1 h..un.I. the ex pu IB ion of a member or forfeiture of of stockholder of .k aauociutton or
i"f may 1..II'U. or al.ckh..lde. of any hi. or at thu option of the aa .
f other n.u"'I. ..m".hp. the number of member. and amount of membership
r orKaniavdhen'undiT.
.ulath.n. ... of the of direc
I .ial.n .al.,1 b.r feereceived. if a non-stock B..Oclatinn -
... .
of expulsIon .
cane Wlh".IWDI the total .* of the
; ; .
Sife. 8. of Eachaiutoc .p.n.
A.lcl. IlIc"'I..tun. of a member of the board of .. .* op..aton.1
". .hal amount of Its .. and
iat ion
J I.rnu' h.ru'.. preuisniI initabl, yappralso hl property .. lIe balance, a ind"b..ln.1 ..., h.bit be
nfl tilt .r'cl.ot Incorporation; aetttnir forth the .. ahall ((1* amount .\ > .hal .
to the membership of the
I I Sal nanitf of the aceucintion. o..lun .val..bl.
Th. ,' and for the of
.h..1 plln... I to the state marketing comnvusioner.,
Ab( Tho ptirpoae for which it la formed. U.n tn. ;
of such to
off thu amount
_ c, 'fc) The |)lace where It ,principal business Much paying withdrawing or e Knt' i .1.1..1. thu gee 10. Contllctinir lawa not to apply.. Anyprovitiions '
mu"I" of law which In conflict with
are
will tranttacteilKit
.
( .Tlu, term for which It I. to not ,director shall col..et ... additional anna** this act shall not bu eons trued a* applyingto 1kr>
.xl.t mont the of IU member etjualto
on prduot. the association herein provided for
.
xcetMlmtr. 00
I ycnra.e the w. collected, on theproduct .
..n..t Sec. 20.) Limitation. of of 'co.olui'ratl'.e.
( ) Thu number of "lltn. thereof which use t.r
of such or retiring mum.bee "
I .xl..llt No firm '
must not bu lea bu corporation or :
may any
and such ... ao much thereof I..n. .
I number In vxrtw thereof. and the term of aa IM neceiwmry,..m..L, stall bu applied annually aiuiociatfon. .. .nnl..e o" doing busIt
nl In thIs .
. olTirtt of such : un state 'nllll to tt
of suds
lr..o. intereat
transferring ex- .
.h. the word I Its
I "co-operatlxe" ait corpnrntv
< f> I If rllll,1! stock,
i whether the. nrouertv, wlh..1 and interest of pelted' or. n'U.lul member to the remainingmmwnibvmw. or other. bll.ln..a nnm or tit'n' implies -

each member -.hai& bu .pial or unequal ; nod | Sec. (General and meeting' it hiss eumrl..0 with, the proviHinna of thli net.
II .p.lnl \ny firm corporation association'
if ') shall met forth the .r
un"II..I. I I In iu by-law UMaoeuuion 1..0.
I nlw 1 nnd' existing bunine
.1..1 now
1.'n..1...> by rule which nr thn rulta al".lh..bl.| to.al inter'mta. mu" 1 ahull for ..n. ur n.ur. ruuulur flmeel.mica '. lit thin I..nnl..tat. and .mbo.I'ln.or d"ln.... "cooperative" -
ra property .lht. annually.. Tie of director .
': each may, and hue the riuht cull b.or"mmclal. .. ..h.1 a* purl '. rorponitd or otherbiMine Tb 's Man in FrontHe
I j. Hlmll btt :i ; rn..r ami fixed: : and 1 the AMHOoiution a ** name or titl on.Ivhlcn t* not < riinnited Always cre a
_____________ aimII "' tIme ., i to admit new .any time and ten, per centum of ,the member In cnniplfanc* ss'th the pr turo'.ehiuns, of -
.
.w..r wtockholdera III stating
! .. or flay a petition I this act. *n ."( monthi from, theulate ,
meinhera who shell b entttle t share in .hal1'
I the it pec tile buiiine to be brought I.ru. I at act irma's Into phfect, ellmlI I
thu property of the aMaociatinn with the old .
thu ssusorinton. and demand a special "
m.t. natc the word ."- from, its said
member**, In acrordnncw with Much aenernlrul I ol.ralve"
Inir at any time. Such mettiiur there I
n.ot conH>rat. or other or tttk.
or ruU Thia nrovlaiona of the artlch b..in.
.
bt called by director of all
: uixm
: : Nolc. Sec 21. Interest in other ortmniiaUon

_ t or of lime or Incorporation"vote'loal.1 of| except shall by not the btt of written altered the mi-nibwn) consent amended ..*. ,me,tinm.I therit together. shall with b. ,a al.1. "' to,ruch of n..'thiturptwe '. i amsmciiitinii r".m. oprrattf.. An own aiwocfntion control' have ma an yortrnnlse intrml of., I knows that success of any kind is won only through intelligent -

lh..rolr. b day the
I..t ten meeting ; In, stock of bo member of nth..pC"nUon .
own or a any
(ii> If capital, Htock, thuamount
n.oni. wih provided, however, that the
b-Ia.* may ru- or computation .vtth or without honest and sustained endeavor.He
reasoning
r of mirh of .
nlnhr. al.h instead that such notice may be given courage
'Iulr cnpitnl stock and rnpave in preserving
shires Into which it la and the
01.1.1.1 par by In of treneral circulation .
tllhll.al.n a ntiWMpupur in,. pnicen smisi. crt ping packing ,
.Value thereof.to Whenever' a Ih. or mi.."r perona publlithvd nt the principal; place of handling shlpplnif. utilialni .. little each it that which he alreadyhas
d.lr ortiumae co..r.at. corporntlon -. hiiHinev of thu aKSociiitlun.Section mHrketmir or ., of the airricultural .I'V'I saves a day, adding to
under 'the th.ohl 'Iln.
provisIons
.ct 12. i (tat) TimalFuim .
_I meet Unrdher. and ... in th. w.lln. of the anm UI.-EI.U..n'iation such be mnnnirptl byn uct. h"nI."... If. 4nunciittion nuch corporation or thu whether it be friends influence
l lot this act .the .. .. their .nanl. bonril of not lea than rt .directorvlcrtud. \\arehnunlnir. corporation. they !litsue a. reputation, or money.
atlon. and at same time may 10
V .hnl pretmre aatatement by the ptockholdfra from their
b"Th'b I gal n-c.lpt. to the aitnoelation or
I in writing fully forth thepurpoi wa..hoo.
_ own number.. may providu thatthw to any. ., and auch leech warfhoiw
person He mind and for He is
for which such co-opcrntivc opportunities.
** corporation keeps new
terr tory In which the association bee receipt. mny be lined a* collateral' to the extent eye open
ia snit ahall therein "
nrunl..d. "Iar member aim)I be divided. Into and,'
.h..rl..t pf the current value of the commodityrepresented
_ the purpoflre of the onrnnUMion : and ." define the ami,' that the shall
name d.rl.. thereby. In such in oosition to take when the time strike arrives.
case advantage to
the manner aol n".h. which i I. to be lined be elected. ..... 1 such In wa.hol. dl.t.let. In ticenxed or licensed soil hnniled ,
In the conduct of the business of said organ.icaton. I .r'n. < tl I
Much the shall .
cane npecify number hues of this state or of the United State*, lie
of which ahnll be
statement
fiirnltthed a (copy mm.Uately to the comptroller of the of manner dlncttir and to method be elected of by each dl..rl.t! wnrthoitn0 receipt hall 'ni.t be .hal.n..1 Benjamin Franklin was "A Man in Front." He said you
or discriminated airafnnt because
.pp..I..nln.
ii the state of .' .rI4... together with a ftllnicf the dir-ctor and of "I
of $5.00 and before such organIzation. .1.I..cln. ..r.lo. shin or control wholly 0 in part b the ...
any covrrrd by the > ,
would know the value
of and
In borrow
0+ Khali be allowed to do bu.ln. in the at.t. of providi'' that '.ulalon. should be hcitin tion.Sec. money go try to some.
.I.tl..n. Contract and with
.rl" .
Florida pelltock In the elate of Florida 2. .m.n.
or l each lo the director .
apportioned .
other Any .
I either b nail or othu.nwlso4' the PIP"nr I to *.eh dint He t.. and the result of all ."clnlnn. by..ointn. of director upon .
such ortranixatfon and the .. ou. such primary elections, must ratified by I. bar.1
I lined In such utatcmenet' .hnl be .""ruv.1 the next regular meeting of the b *, enter into alt necessary d.proper contract A has solved
the comptroller and .. ironpral of the anu.l.ton. aad agreements and make necfwtaryand saving account problems

_ _I '. state of .'1..10.. or by such hoard .may beprovliltni (ub) may The be by-law.p"oln\.1 may provide. commfnafoner director *proner and ntlputntlon ...m..nl.any. other and contract cooperative many

huln. .utho.l: tm arrant I of airrioulture. The director *o appoinhed .rran.rm.nt. .wth or aatoclatlons .
permit to sell .". bndl In I I IS. need not be a member or stockholder of the .o.rllan... any other state, for
who
the tate of Floriiln. any
person assocIation but shall have the and
lame the eo-oprtlve and more economical
hal Inell. otTor for sale stock or pw. carry
S. or any rights other director
oriranl.od under .h.1 a* Inir on of the bun In*** or any pnn-t or rarUthereof. BRADFORD COUNTY BANKStarke
In orvanlxatlon
any ,let An assocIation may provide a fair Any two or annociatlon may.hv .
without tint pmii.ntln. aueh atatement to the numeration for the tim, actually by mo. .
spent aifreemvnt. ._n them tunic, In .mi
comptroller and irneral 1 of the I 1 officer* .n.1! director In iu service. No di.rector (. i and or may separately. employ
state of Florida or such other board n* mav olo.ln. ula. Florida
the term of his b*
,
of I' du.ln. oti. .h.1 the same m.'ho.l. mmuesns and airen
he authorred! the I. of the .
.1 v.d. .t.t a party contract for as.uitilailmn
t. CM( for enrrrlnr their. re
t. L loriila, t.) grant' r"rmlU to ..1 IhVrinii! In any way from the buaU inectlbuslnewie*. cDo1l.tno

1 1 who .h.1 not have received a permit from ness relation a.o.da ful.. m.mb.* or I. 23. Ao iatlon h..llo. ,naDII l I -








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