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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 28, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02196
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Pershing Faces Firing Squad With SmileUNION Hampton Getting Ready I CONSCRIPTION OF PRESSMEN ''i, I



: To Attract VisitorsCouncil : IN NEW YORK IS THREATENED ,

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rT I Foie 31l'Sil'--IN- -Sl'ii00L --: : lilts TUKNKK: : KNTKHI'AINHMis. '
Begins by Purchasing Pretty WOt'Lll) CAM. THEM; FROM Ul'll- ?

I Park Site Kit: ('1T1ITO CiE"; ) 01".' SEW I .

i During;, the next; few days a committee YORK! I .\II.IKS.Now : : : F. U. Turner charmingly en- If
+ of ladies from the W. C. T. U. ,
i Hampton is beginning already to I tortamod the K. K, Klvib) on 'Vodn'!>I- j .
t M1 will the of
so the Bradford
make arrangements for the enter- patrons York, Sept. UH.; -- Conscriptionf day afternoon at her hom on Call ',,1 ,
tainment of visitors who may be attracted High School with reference to puting! ,> newspaper. pressmen front 01 h"I'j street. The rooms were\ very attractive ..
I puhli school music in all of the "
IM to the town after the comple- < cities to opera to the presses of "w in vases of coral vines. There

I tion of State Road No. 13, now under eight !grades of the grammar! school, York's strike-hampered> dailies, even \vero four tables of / \\ \,(, (auction ,
construition. The first move in this and forming a Glee Club from. high lit the cost of suspending publication and when scores were added< it { .

i direction was made a few days ago, school department.. In addition to the of other 1'III''rs.11>\ I threatened today was found that :Mrs. Kilward Burns 0-.. .

when the town council! purchased a above work now songs will bo taughtto by George; I. Berry, president of had won the I club prize, a box of Djer ...'

park site just where the road enters all pupils at chapel; : exercises the Pressmen's International Uni >ii. Kiss face powdor and ;Mrs. Young, .. '

the town. It is understood that work It will be necessary for the patronsof Kerry announced, his l to n the bottle of i
porfumo.Mrs.
Gen Julia J. 1'cn.hlnK. head ot the V. S. army, crlehrnted ills 4'1Q the school to this program guest prizo" 1: a t
birthday September 13. IH-IIIR "uliot" by movlrmen. TinMm < '" hX will be started soon to convert the support coursebv virtually empty hall, after striking : Stunii|' was given the consolation I s
tlle Ml, at thn war leiwtrtmrnt for n '<* 'ro" situ into an inviting: rest spot and paying n small subscription of I pressmen had stampeded n meeting prize, n doik I of "lIrll!!. ,, ....
c 'lIIcthingIiII' $1 I month for : .."
per seven .
play ground. idled t to explain the now agreement Salted nut a wore nerved, in I the card t"
I Hampton has the right idea. Winter month It will take about thir signed with the publishers l Ity tits :n- tables Mrs. CarrU: atsinted tho liofi- y

COUNTY ROAD MEET visitors will stop in this sectionof ty-two subscribers to insure this tcrnational I "Friday t OAS in serving,( a delicious cream and] TI '
It is that
course. hoped this number
Florida, if this section of Florida :Mr. I terry said bin purpose' in nuking cake. i 1'a 1'r",
will subscribe m'IIY
that the
makes itself inviting to them, and the HO course tho to the handful of 'eti
speech pressnuut
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Tho following wore present:
HELD AT WORTHINGTONLuke be given to all who desire it. !
ourselves is
time to begin to prepare Last week some advantages of this newspapermen, .detectives nnll I ;\"'R. Kdwanl: limns{ Mrx. <). L.Heahley ,
.. now, so that the first travelers to !I ushers in town hall after virtually all
----- -- ------- course were given in our paper. It is Mrs. S. L. )Perk. \1'11.; I K.: !M.
Butler, Sept. 21.-The people HAMPTON'S NEW ENTERPRISE come through on the new road will neodles.s to repent the benefits( nlremiygiven of the .KM) strikers hud left was to .Johns Mrs.\ K.: I.. Higgs! Mrs.! J. W.

.l' Union county met today ut the receive a good impression. but it might be said that nl- have the nddn'Ms, printed and distributed I Andrews, Jr., Mrs. Net, Mrs.; N.Stoinborg e ,' i+'

beautiful little town of Worthington Bradford< county is rapidly coming/ : ready many schools hllput public! among the striking! members of I lire .V. I"'. Stump, Mrs.O. .
Springs to discuss the question of to the notice of the people who are : COMMUNITY: REST ROOMThe : school music in their program of the local union :2-1!!i. \vhich was ..Il.clllri i I.. I lily ncvs" ;Miss ;Marion: Stump, "

bonding for good roads. Dr. W. A. looking for splendid locations for establishing studios< and see that it is an important ed dissolved, after ollU-inl of the international Mrs.: J. C. Robinson. Mrs Florence" .

McKenzie\: of Leesburg, was the prin t'nterpriseThis is evi- Community Rest Room occupies part of the school work of the had characterized. the Powell, Mrs. 11. II. Young/ Mrs.\ Col- :,

,ipul speaker of the day. The speakng denced by the fact that the large mil- a most conspicuous place in the child. strike as Ulognl., I IIIIH* i1 i's. D.) T. Clurk, of .J 1I'kOIl''ill t +'

was in the pavilion only a few ling firm of Paul & Waymer have selected beautiful new Woman's Club buil.l- \ ,'. \ t

tees from the spring with its beautiful i the thriving little city of ing.The/ DEATH: OI.' OLD SOI.DIKK BAPTIST CIll'RCII I 1U1I.I.KTIN I 'I I.
Woman's Club building, is on
swimming pool, all surrounded Hampton in the southern part of the :Sunday s .
by magnificent trees covered with county for the location of a new mill the very center of town, on Walnut By action of 'the church, (hero will 11:30': a. m., 11),, ..llunl1ll1nll song ser '
; block north of Cull. Mr. U. It. Bryan, a Confederate veteran -
with long street, one be but service on Sund.iy. Thin
Clinging vines and draped for the production of barrel staves. one ioo.'
festoons of a natural growth of gray I II Hampton is served by two railroads, The rest room is to the left of the died at his home in the eastern will bo the morning worship, when a I 10.00: Sermon, The Holy Spirit's.
main entrance hall of the buildingand portion of Starke Saturday, September Bible school and church\ \ R.
combined W. Pllnugherty.
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moss. the Seaboard Air Line and the Southern h"H'hinIIn/ Christianity-
I !&) 22nd, and the remains were interred Sl'r-I
day from
Dr. McKenzie had just beheld the Railway System affording excel- is kept open every vice will bo conducted, by the ] I .
o'clock in the morning until C in the at Sapp cemetery Sunday, by tho Hchool.! All I'upiluf the I I
of the .
people Communion.Kocoflg.
undeveloped beauties of our magnifi lent transportation facilities.Mr. 12.00:!:
local Masonic lodge. h
cent lake at Lake Butler, and driven' Waymer, member of the firm, evening.i has The deceased was nearly 80 ) school arc urged to bu out on Sunday j( Uirmur) nn the ground.
While the whole club building years II1l1ttc'rof interest are to 0. .F. s fit ,
It'votioual3tl's.: -
as 2:00
across the county through beautiful' is on the ground along with the superintendent old. He came originally from Baker : p. m., '
to be a "community building"as hllv..1chllrlCo |
forests dotted hero and there of the mill K. T. Brown proven : take place. Supt. Quigley will Rivers.Uiln. It1;-
pine count', but had been citizen of.
intended, this special feature a I '
wad service at : ennunittecs.
of the special :! of -t'
11:00,1 Report
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with rich farms and prosperous looking after the construction work. J
Starke for several Tho '
is the town's own and if you are a years. causesof hour
the regular,
groves of healthy pecan trees. Then In a short time the mill will be ready visitor to our town for the day or his death was paralysis, from tho The school moots nt I !3:00: p, m., What constitutes !( Fhom ;r
lind himself the cenh'e of attractIon for and will become --al5!>: a. in.The '. Ton minute talks each-\Mrs.\ ) j> '
''i operation Hampton only few hours this room is pen to first stroke of which he had boon u Y. P. U. 1< 1c %..
in so lovely a scene as at Worthington one of the important centers of a You sufferer for The deceased wasa senior and junior II. Bessie Mcfirudor( !Mm.\ John Crows, "t .A.. ,.
seemed to give him an innpi- the state for the production of barrel yu, with its many conveniences. man of excellent years. reputation, and gather> at 700.: Thi'HO nre Hplejididnid'tingH Mrs. W. 1 10::. Daughoity! Mint\ \May\ "t" I"
will !find couch to rest a place ,
upon
ration which enabled him to utter anJlnpusslon'd staves. The mill is being built in avery a much sympathy is felt for his widow. 1 and aro m open I to visitors. .IIIIIOH' MisH Kiiinni: ./.J..hIlROII.IrM.. C.F. / .. t r
for baby to sleep and magazinesto boon 'I
hall mispondod -
your The evening worship ;
of ,
appeal to the people substantial waylr.: Waymer Rivers.
We have not been able to get more '
1" to hear the voice of the that with read. I, in order that the iminbornof I I Intl.'l'lI1' sRi..n.'I.'I. 't'l "i
mon county stating they are setting up will not always find some particulars about the life and relationship I :
.While you congregation,
and may
pmt' of progress, awake from theirlecp the intention of operating for a minimum the place is ( of the deceased than those' the church 7(0:( ), Devotional I and sung service ., I '
there to the1lethodist ,
and bestir themselves in her length of time of 12 years, and one and greet\ you welcome. given above. attend the spot-inl mooting at Stafford, Cre\\' ... --t\;; ,
always open you are thiirch. It I Is hoped tho ,
rvicc. He told u.s of what has been which time will be very likely extended I BOO: S'rlllllll-.I. II. Crews. k<

done( in Lake county, in Polk, in Or- considerably. !Mrs. Sam Gillespie, of Ft. Mende, :Mrs. William Foxzurd and daughters members will of turn thu out church as generously and' congregation to- ,h A9Crosses ,

.i _"', Then he showed that the na- Practically all of the machinery is arrived a few days ago\ to be at the Misses Jessie and Anna, and son they do the regularservice I I'. A. Crowdor H|>ont Sunday In t ;
this meeting
an
,rul resources of Union county are as on the ground. The main of the
part bedside of her mother, Mrs. W. A. John, of Miami, are the guests\ of of tho church. UikeCity..
ivnt and much more diversified than mill will be lOxtiO, with wings 30x30.It Colley, who is a patient at the A 1"0- ; !1\11'\ -'. Fozzard's niece, !Mrs. L. Wynmii. _
ii I '>'u' of any of the counties named will be a 12,> horsepower mill and I re+
rez infirmary. |i IrJ'Il 11.1'1"1) ti
do showed that progress and civil will turn out all kinds of staves, specializing III Atlantic <: v
hon, are following the lines laid ; particularly on fish, potato ,

''own by hard surfaced roads, and and rosin barrels. There will also FRED B. WYAND. EVANGELISTP :Mrs. '1'. C. !Morris entertained u in 30 ft. Boat 'ti 't 'Ji:

'not when we get them only one other be heading machine, although the number of little folks atI birthday 'i' *1

hinu is necessary to enable us to main product turned out will be the I'lIrlyIOI1l1IlY; afternoon honoring *, '1-0-1

lixi' the wonderful possibilities in staves. The mill will employ around her Ron, Culson Morris, who celt-brat-' Ill lili8111 IlllllllI! j'; I,.. .,..J.4I,

infor us. That one thing is the 50 to CO men and will have a daily i'd his 8th birthday unmverHiiry. I.

i it t of unity. Wo made a start inn capacity of a carload of rosin staves The; living and dinging ruins. wore ,;) .

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i', 'i" our <,ount '. Now wemust forget, Mr.: Waymer is loud in the praiseof her of games were played during/ the

politics, forget sectional jenlif the section around Hampton as .a afU-inoon anti at I 5 o'cloik the lilt'u'

forget everything but that we mill site, both in transportation facil- folks were invited into tho dinlnt', 1',

1 ut pull together and work togeth-, ities afforded and in the timber whichis room, where I lets! ciearn, cake and candies '1-

for the good of all. ideal for such cuttings as they are r. ? < were nerved. 1J .. .. ::{

The speaker was roundly applaud- going to do. They will handle timber r Tho living and dining rooms were ,'- "' ,

II i 'on many occasions, showing! that which is more or less too small for ;. fJ 'it"" r ,WJ Yk \Mary\ Hrownlijo: Lillian Strrnlwrg, 1 1I 0 '
he crowd was with him. They even sawmills but which is ideal for the I Sara Uopo )Ilaynos( Goorgiii; \ )Ilayne( ,

applauded when he upbraided them production of staves. Undoubtedly a ar'n'.IF '. 1z4 Martha Mrownleo, Alice Fernando.liunnio .-, \ ,

for giving away-to the spirit of can't, great share of tho timber in the south Canova, Martha Powell, IOIM i
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md told them that for their long neg- end of the county will find a market I e, tM1Y XX Ailkins, Martha Morris, Arthur Darby i \.

.t of their opportunities they should through the mill at Hampton. This ; Jones, Hen Sternlierg, MaliolmDuliose

,'' ranged along a wall before a firing will really be the starting of even- ) Hilly Graham, William{ Duncan ll- m I I fh II

quad and shot next morning at sunrise tually clearing of a good share of the ''i yvysw T" **IP "\j' 'H""' i'i"1 imREVIVAL James Jlollinl'lIwortl1f"rr:

: excellent farming land surrounding Futch, Milton llrownloo.CONVENTION .

It has been claimed that Worthington ; Hampton and before long this section t

Springs will vote ninety per cent will deelop further as the leading ( : PROGRAM; : f. ,

strong for bondi. If every voter farming section of north Florida.'
$ j
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convention of thefhurchos
fifth .Sund.iy
Tho <
:ould have heard Dr. :McKenzie it
of Christ of Hradford, and, ,, jbp
would be one hundred per cent when |I CART OF THANKS N
I Union counties will bo hold 1 at Loni. / Msliil
ting time comes.
liridge Sept. 2i:) and :IK), IIKM.: t
There 4s talk which will probably I We wish to thank all the good peo- r Saturday 1 at

''iccome' fact, that a basket picnic or I 1' pie of Starke who so kindly assisted !0:30>:: a. m., Opening" address\ and
linrhecue will he held at Lake Butler I during the illness and death of our .

''In the 11th or 12th of October. When ; dear mother, also for the beautiful SERVICES AT THE II.rllyer.I 9:10: Welcome! lreIlM-\llIth: Snpp

the date Is announced let everybody floral offerings and the comforting !O.ul), Response, R.: Thorn.UOHt.|

md his family arrange to be here. I words in this sad hour. We wish to I 10:01)): ), Round table talk, 10 minutes

STARKE thank Dr. Diggs for his untiring ser- METHODIST CHURCH; SEPTEM- each: 1- .
NEW FOR 1r
INDUSTRY _
vice. The spirit of greed-J. B. Crews

I :Mr. and :Mrs F. G. Hemingway, Mr BER 30TH TO OCTOBER 14TH The perils of religious Indifference
F. L. Turner and W. E. Yarbroughare and. Mrs. T. F. Hemingway. _W. K. Uuugherty.The .

home after a business trip to Sal- problem of how to preserve our

isbury, N. C. While there they secured I Through a misunderstanding about Evangelistic services at the Metho- b<> of great spiritual benefit to the young folks from worldlinesa I';. W. I
from the Paul Rubber Co. the the alignment of the street between Miller.
town.
of dist church will begin next Sunday,
distributorship for Central Florida Call street and the school property, The ladies of the church have arranged The problem of making the members -
this company's celebrated Clover Leaf graded part of September 30th. understand they cannot serve
which is now being as for the community rest room,
and Long Distance cord tires, which the state road, the post for the elec- Rev. Fred B. Wyand, who has been located in the Woman's Club building God and mammon-W. II. Oxbornn.

carry an absolute guaranteed mileage tric light wires were set too far into secured to conduct these services Is JIJ
of 15000. Adjustment of claims the street. They are being moved a man of great ability and spiritual he open in the evenings during the Williams.

will be made in Starke and not at the west from one to four feet. As they power. meetings, so that all mothers with The problem of church discipline

factory, as many companies require. I were set five feet deep, moving them Rev. L. B. Simpson, pastor of the babies need not be kept at home but J. Allen. & 1

Messrs. Turner and Yarbrough will is a strenuous: job.A :Methodist church, needs no Introduc- may bring their babies and leave 11:00: Sermon-J. B. Crew tL

have at an early date representatives I tion for he is a man not only belovedby them in the rest room where a competent Intermission. l'
m every town in their territory, who birth. his own congregation but a man attendant will care for them. 2:00: p. m., DevotIonal-Mrs. W. E.
of heavenly
will the sale of this Southern smile Alula J. Derbault French tennis
push
whose splendid Christian character This is not only of Interest to mothers Daughterly. loa
And when the angels called him home !tar, left France April It, alone I
product. He smiled farewell to earth. has endeared him to the hearts of the in the town, but will be of special 2:15: Roll call of delegates answered :3.-root hoar. For H2 days. t> Ctllntf -
-- whole mothers all scriptural quotations or prayer.Iluslne.su. : .storm, fever thlr.t and huo-
Heaven retaineth new treasure, people of the community.It interest to out of town by -
IN ME.MORIAM grrif\ sailed. Weit. arrlvlu", at New t i
Earth the lonely casket keeps is the earnest desire of Rev. of whom we are sure will be glad to York September 17. Ills feat Inhlwtory q h

of And the sunbeams love linger Simpson and all members of the take advantage of this convenience. Intermission In ocean sallliur. He was ,
Perry Dover-In loving memory sainted father sleeps. church that all Christian people of Sunday morning service at 1 t. 7:43: : Devotional, :Mrs. John Crews. often without deep three and four
the
Where
our dear father evening' at 8:00) Sermon, How to know the il"v.*' missed hv hlI < the town unite with them in prayer Evening services every i
Who died Sept. 2*, W Sadly Thornqu st. win ..u She Pse1114 ,
Through all pains ne. always smiled I Wife, son and daughters. and service that these meeting! will 715. true-church- -E. -- 1









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I ,t..J't t: PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA ,'"11>,,Y. SEPTEMBER 28, 14L;,

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Syt 1 : ". Blilanca Auv.. I. 1U23 ________________ 144.42 [ 1".10 prnBiu *l''
I. 1IIm,1&'n"1i""" "" ; : To Cure Cold. Receipt during. munth .*.....*...... T II i8t"r"do"iT"i.rnziiriiiiiiz"1 'oil';,! J ,.
of Florida in Short Paragraphsn a Warrant lnauuU _____................ J I Otcd.in do ___.._?__"" II.: :, "
News Remove the heeds of one medlm U K Ward du l'.
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: IJ U.Uanco. 1 1B23 144.42 ----------
t if I ,. *Hiwi'wwrkffwrN.Mni.MmwnBH.. ......_._......_.......,'"..--....- A universal custom Ize grapefruit put the pulp Into one Sept AgnculturuIVuudnnlnnae I .1 J w W \Montait\ lute do do_ __-X__________zzmm__ V"'; :
Alter ________________ 1.15Kfcelm _
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that benefits every- quart of cold wllt.'r.llid hull slowly during monthWarrant _____________ J W Morxun buoka __..__?.._
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a News antil: It IM reduced to OliO pint. Strain iNHtietl l .''J
State W ,. _________ 1
Morgan belt _
Live ,
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I i I'' body and sweeten to tnoti Drink omMiirtf Balance Sept.. 1. 1023 ________.__... 1.15 W Mortrun du """
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......___-.--,..........----......... J t Aids digestion, I the quantity hot Just lifter tlilujc the at I I! rtnianro 11"01'11,1.. Auir.ilurlnir Outstanding i. month ini3! _1_._;_.._fund_.._._._..._._._._____Binnii 8H0.77Wiirranta I J J W W Morgan Morfcnn do do -. -_-_-_-_-__-_______________-__-__""- J'l. ,
] the remainder cold to J ____.
night Lynn transportation _
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Told by Our Exchanges. Meal cleanses the I Unioliti" ilwd Cu., inch __ .._____I '
teeth, morning. Repent tlio second night IX Jlulnncu Stpt. 1. 1023 ________________lilt.GO) H (1 Mtitton pump' __ : '
I'' nocesnury.Habitual. September 1, 11)28. I I MiUlu'llM, : I ru Store? :;;'-j---;jA .?_ ::
: it.. 1;.ammauQl&> >amuvmmmmllwlm malUlmrIWtllDlPjmlmIIIIDIU3IUlmcnDGm) : ! FFfaanuiirunn! 7 soothes the throat.a Bradford. County, M Durby incid _.?_________ .
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I Slue of Florida.I .1 un. hciHiur. rupuira, -....__.____._ m
:Movement of thin sell on's bumper I I keeper of Sombrero light, who has Constipation Cured hereby certify thnt the fortRoinu utatfmontof J L Wynn do I" ,*;
in 14 to 21 Days thw r."h.t.|, and (fmbumrrncnta of the J..i, ,__ .
l citrus crop toward northern markets been missing since Monday mornin u. PEPSIN" is fume or lltadforrt County for the month ofAUKUM 'Pr a f\H I'liurtnavy I incid ._ .,
"LAX-FOS WITH speciallyprii
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of in WR GiRS a 102.1 In true and correct to tho beat W E Thornton jimitor __:: ::::::
The' superintendent lighthouses --
l begun Monday >urudSyrupTonlcLaxn'veforIlubitua'Ginstipalion. l .. .____
| of my knowledge and belle A A Du ' charge: of tho searching party, saId I It relieves promptly hi.i: U. W. ALDS&UIN: A A Jltiatun lumber -___.-....?_____ I'] i,'r
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court It A Wifkn ckauintf huun __ .__
t. s i Ground was broken Friday for the tonight: thut a thorough search) of the thattoremember should bo taken regularly far 11 to 21 days Bradford County.By A A I In mm du ____,?.__..__?____"_ ,
good ,lo induce regular action. Stimulates uiniKrtulates. l ________
a waters between this point and Span- C. A. "NIGU'r.1J"D"t 1I'! Gninvy luildmfr+ election
construction of the $500,000 paper ,* .
R n Very Heaaant to TakJ 60c >r CI.rk! < unituni rii_Lbr.. CIo. _.sHILLS ___ ,
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ish harbor where Anderson's boat ,
I mill in South Jackaonvillo. tier !bottle.
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t DILLS PAID IIY SCHOOL BOARD PAID HY TOWN COUNCK.
+ i was found adrift, had been without Scaled in Viwrde Mitchell labor ___ __. IS.dO I T. .1. (irilfih; nu-mbt-r soused ._ ( ,
fl Littlo Edward llinney, 3, of l>l'nsa- result. Anderson left Monday for its Purity C'' FINANCIAL STA'TEMKNY,. OF COUNTY F: \Yhiflvr .Uachinit ____-_______-___ 68.00 .1 I W Andrews Jr.. do .-_._....nn.__ 4.,K,
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,< FUND Kiln: Vlinlcin! d---------------------- I O J ilriirm' du -----_ ? ...., e. ,, '
h cola, ate H I slice of bread that hud Sombrero light. The launch was' discovered Package. X,''\!, ''I ... Nrndrordl I R P Wad l do ____________________ 60.011 .1 I (' ItubitiHon( du --_..__.____,?_ 4,QQ
.. Monthly financial .m.nt of Mnirtlla Moody do .. ............__. 50.00 S A I tryuu do ----.....----_----_- 200'
ff, been smeared over with rut poison, Tuesday morning with the 'I ,. ,'" ':.6.Po., county, for the month of August 102U. Ni'llio ...........tt do ________________ 22.811 C L Park niuyors f.-------------- 9.00
ImurH. The funeral engines running but Anderson was A., f..r Ctnvral Fond I IHulunco I Multi Moody do ..._........___. 60.00 Silt,. Kite BHlary and teen -___..__ lop, m" ,
and died within ten ''/
will tuku place tomorrow miHsinff. Anderson, who Is UO years 'i ipta during month ____.______-__ 830.10 M I, Vnill d... ______________________ 80.00 C A hutch clerk treasurer and tax
Vvarranl iMuod .___....___..____ DM,60Bulnnco (J W Al.I.-rmnn. dn ____________--_ I.2'> I ct.lltct.. r -u-_---.---.-_________. flu .
old, was unable to swim. It is believed Sort. 1, 1920 __.___._________0064.84 Krnilfriril County Bunk Int ....___ 250.77 Hardy Sweat wltnoH I too cano Wesley
i bout '"" : Fin and Forftitun Fund .. 26.00 I TilflH __ .
I ho slipped and fell from the I It M llcmry transportation -- ------- -- -- -- 6C
l''lualer; county is now busily cnBO. llalunco An*. 1. 11)23) ________________ "",21 J K Cnllfsr; bullilinir truck Lo4y I -:::: 21":mi Oslo C.N--------------------- ',oStaikf
in land, transfers that mean big! which continued on its way. FLAVOR LASTS II! t.< 'lets during month __________.-. 26421WnirnnH !' ,I J Mfl.fo l repair 6 ____._____- 60.24 'It'lrpbnne Co.. phone service 4.ifI (>
,) : Imueil _________..._._______ liH.77 K M .lolinn, Iced ai-rvlce ......__.. 0.25 ( W Aldi-rmiin" rccordinn. release _. 12c
developments in the near future and Hnlanep &'DR 1, 1923 ______.____..___ 203.6 lirmlfunl County Hank It00,30 H A Grwn refund I laze .____..... ],60Hrudfuril
; 1 aYtt.S.-r lt... Fund (" T Lnwhurn teaching ____....__ 125.00 County Tvlcvraph ,. 2j,'"0
J cotton Is the drawing card that huasectlon Milton Knight returned from school Ttnlnnce Auir.. 1, 1VJ.: ___.____________ iMMIlwii'lplii Hullo Wv..t do _________.________ 8000 i i lieu A iardincr iKHUinir warrant S L ,
attracted attention to that and finding hogs in the potato patch, relations of ants in seedbeds and in during month ___.____._..__ 81.27 Kvn \Vilintii] do _____..._______. 611 00 j Alvarez. and wife -----------.---_ 2 uu '
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Wtirruntil issued ..__- .-.....? -..- B,-rnlce Hunting. do .__..__....... 60,00 1
l li joined dome boys to run the hogs out, lawns and of their annoying presencein Balance Sept. 1, HUH\ ___ ________ 48822 L W KlckllUir board lervlce _______. 4.20 i! Total ---- to "t '
Building Fund \ A Iluzrn do __ ________________ 8.00 | Rodd dt.-oi-h-;
i Thrown from her mother's lap be- and, when they were nearly to the the house. The best treatment whenever Palnnca/ Auir.. 1. 1U f truck Milton the during month .____.___._._ Kicklltvr help with examination 4 00 Hunk of Starkc do ._._ 67 flU
Knight stopped put I. W -
on ---- -
of motor patch -
t s neath tho wheels a tho nests can bo found! Is a solu- Warrant Lard -_n. ____,_____ !it 8 Dowllnit do ______________. B.OO D C Jones,, Huppliea: -..:::::::.,,-_ 2:HH
''r which they were riding when the machine muzzle of the gun under his chin and tion of sodium or potassium cyanide llalance I Brpt. 1. 1928 _________?-_.-- 5.S9 II It Winning inliiry. aupt ___._____. 160.00 Consumers* Lumber Co. lumber ____ 4 H2
__ ________. _..____ .... .
the Dr./n.e.Fund/ I 11 II WlKiilm. Inch 10.80 J A Morgan salary ? ? 100 00I
} i suddenly dropped into a holeon told one of the boys to pull trig- in water For this purpose dissolve Ilnlanca Auir. 1. 1923 _______________ 1.00 Consumers, Lhr. Co. ropalra A ____ 4.00
the road Vivian :Selmnn:; of East- ger. Upon the boy's refusal to do of the in 2 Itrevlpta during month --_______00 ___ Sub District Fund I Total ______..____________.__: 180.00 ;'
1 r an ounce cyanide quarts __________ inns Waterworks Fund
p r Warrant |MU..4 _____.._...._. I J J Holland teaching
'i G Il port, was fatally injured when theM so, Milton said ho would and pulled of wnt( r.Vith a cane or a sharp llalunca Sept. 1, 1023 n____! ___ ._____ 1.50 A J Thomas. dtt u__._____________ 100.00 CX A Futch clt-rk bond truutees. __.__ 26.0'

wheels of the truck passed over her t the trigger with his toe. There is stick punch a hole a foot or more -- --- -
body. not any one who can account for the deep in the center of the hill and -

ash deed. Death was instantaneous. pour into it a few fluid ounces of the

I I Max Russell, white, was ut t. solution. As soon us the liquid hat! SeehatPELC0 LI

death on the St. Augustine road near Judge Robert F. Taylor, for nearly I soaked away, cover up the hole with

4 Tallahassee Sunday afternoon. It U 32 years a justice of the supreme i dirt and tramp the surface solid. The

,1' alleged that tho cutting was done by court of Florida, today tendered his gas given oft will /find< its way thruoutthe

Syd Maxwell, an automobile mechanic. resignation to Governor Ilhrdec, effective ant hills and will kill all the ants
t
Russell was driven to the city bya Jan. 1, 1112-1, but "subject to and pupae (hatching ants). It is best **
companion for medical attention, revocation" until that date. Eighteen to do this! in the early morning or at

but died before reaching a physician. years of Judge Taylor's term hus beenas night when all the ants are at home. 'feVvJC

chief justice to which he wits elected "This substance must be handled

; Two negroes, awaiting trial in the at various times by a chance method very carefully as it is one of the most

; criminal court of record and confined peculiar to the Florida tribunal. powerful poisons, either inhaled or

J in the Duval county jail, sawed their allowed, o? If gotten into sores or

way to freedom, three weeks ago and One of the strangest criminal acts broken places in the flesh or skin.

r are mill at large. A ncgress has been ever brought before folk county authorities "Carbon disulphide can be used in the most Popular

%I arrested, charged with smuggling the occurred last Friday night the same manner but is more expen- N

J saws into the jail for tho prisoners.Four when a house occupied by Bill Brad- sive and is highly inflammable Kerosene 1

ley, colored, was dynamited. Bradley is good also but it does not pen- Farm size Delco-Light

persons are in a serious con- wan alone in tho house lie probably etrate the soil readily. It is best! to I

dition us u result of the crash at Cot- owes his life to the fact that the treat all ant hills with a cyanide solution \ Plant completely installed
,
tondule between an cant bound L. & mattresses nn which he was sleepingwas before the seedbeds are planted. r

,t N. passenger train and an Atlanta & wrapped around him by the forceof ." r ready to turn, on the lights

r St. Andrews bay railway excursion: the explosion and in a measure

l train in which one person was! fatally protected, him. lie was blown, encased NEW RIVER / a-s

f injured and twenty-four others less in the mattress, across the room Here is what you get and


seriously hurt. nguinst the opposite-wall. Floyd New Wiggins River,! Sept.motored 28.-to Crystal Lake City and / / \ \\ \ A the Order Blank to&et it with

Threo pcoplo were injured when u VVilliuin Galloway, negro, sent to Friday.

i'' i'l 1't bolt of) lightning struck in the yard the state! prison farm+ from Palm Miss Thelmn I'arker, who is attending DELCO-LICHT ORDER BLANK

-, I of Dr. T. K. Leigh, director of the Leach county in 1920 for five yearson school at Lake Butler, spent

t school of pharmacology at tho university charges of grand larceny was shot tho weekend 1 hero with homefolks.!

of Florida. One of tho victims anti killed near state road camp near T. H. Pinholster spent the weekend -

Dr. lli-alh, was revived by the Walburn Saturday, according to in- with reluties itt Krooker.

t'' use of n pulmutor furnished by tho mution received today by the prison 1
Chester Andrews, of Winter Haven It
t q
fire department. While physicians authorities lie wits killed by a
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
$ stated, their belief he ;would recover, pause that sought hit recapture! afterhe l l J, y, ..iw
Mrs. G. W. Andrews, this week.
1 it is thought that partial paralysis had. escaped from the camp. lie
Messrs. Hay Andrews and Hugh
might result.Preparations. refused to surrender when membersof
Butler Crosby: of Brooker, attendedB. ,..
Instead
the cornered him. ?
posse Y. P. U. here Sunday night./
for the coming state hu drew a largo cnlibro pistol on the
l O. C. Porter motored to Lake But-
fair at Jacksonville are going ahead captain of the camp, but was shot be-
ler Saturday.
.steadily and the fair management are fore he could fire.
reporting excellent progress along Lonnio and Freeman Bryant motored -

1,1 all lines. Many counties have already 'fhe first of the {Florida" citrus crop to the state farm Sunday afternoon -

expressed their intentions to make of about 120 curs, has started out of .

i i; exhibits, and others have the matter the slate, according to officials of the Mrs A. Strickland spent Saturdayin

jt, under consideration. An eurly fall F. K.: C., A. C. J.. and S. A. I* railways Lake Geneva.

will make! tho dates in November While no considerable move- Wm.' Hodges made a business tripto

4 more aatinfuctory than usual and be ment Is expected before October 1, Lake Butler Saturday.

more suitable for u fine exhibit of citrus the early shipments this year has

i'i fruits. been' indicative of n great season in Heaviest and Lightest Woods Hera.
Roth the heaviest and the lightest
the. olllnu./ Grapefruit has largely r+
i woods! gr"In the United; States the
The state comptroller made distri- composed the) early shipments to the
former bring riorldn ironwood! and alLt
bution Thursday to the various counties north, east and west through Jack-
th' latter I the ""-('ulle.1 cork of aouth-
1?' of their share in the! three cent sonville, railroad officials state, and {'I1"'rnI""ollrl.", : / Standard Outfit for $549.50, consisting of '
gasoline) tax received for the month tilt size anti quality of the fruit has

of July, the first of the law's opera been better than tho crop of last year. lOne Delco-Light Plant, the moat 4-Wiring, house for ten ((10)) lights -

tion.' A total of $11)8) 20 was received The carriers are preparing to handle size-Model 866,850 watts to be located wherever specified

from the tax, two-thirds going to an unprecedented volume of perishables capacity, 32 volts (freight paid). by purchaser.

the stnte road department and one- 1 from sections of the state this Ono standard Deleo-Light Exide
A 2.. COne_, general I power outlet to be
third to the counties, divided into year. Battery, with 16
located in house wherever
r l equal shares' Each of the sixty- cells, extra thick plates and heavy bed by purchaser. speciglasa -

three counties in the state will receive shot four times
Mrs II. P. Bentley, jars (freight paid).
$1,051.19, as its share of the one by her husband who, later committed Wish The installation of plant and bat /*_ Standard set of ten ((10)) drop lights

{ third, which amounted to $tiO,22r:>..00.General suicide. in 11 rooming house in Jacksonville 3-tory except purchaser is to fur- with sockets installed In house.

Wednesday, died Friday. She "1 line taken Careful for rundown nish a concrete base and the 7-Ten ((10)) standard electric light

A fleet of boats hits returned toKey was a native of Albany, but came worn-out condition, battery rack. bulbs.
t West utter a search of nenrbywitters hero fl'om'altl08tll, Ga., whl'rohe '
nervousness and sleeplessness, Similar Outfit/ With Smaller Size Plant-Model 608-$442.50
for John Anderson, second who
had left her husband, was n ear and I was weak, too," says '

worker. Her father will come here Mrs.'\ Sllvle Estes, of Jennings, Delco.Liht Co. .:::::::::::- .N: CooO s--t. -'i::'.-"-' n.--" -b-, ;-

from IVlhain Ga., to take charge of I Obio. seo,4 Ou,'. I" h.arww
iK&1CQaIQQtrJmt'1l.:1C'JCJtxm) : : ClinQjnCrnrlt 11 Okla. "Cardul did me just lot Dayton, %" DI.ooun I
the The body of Bentley will s $5of9's' _lor c.." 'o.t w...':" na
i body. of good-so much that I gave it You may consider this .a my order for e -

j he buried here this afternoon. n.nt-I / to my daughter. She complained t completely 11.lallod! D.Ico-Light? outfit in I..: .:".. ""k Dbmunt" _/te"a"1.:: ,, .:::
ley vamo here last :Monday and of a soreness in her tide lIocord..nca obeckad.'l'"T"with tha price and terms I have .../2 r6 for "c.." CeP'Nr.Y iOrrloaa6 i

n t'III'I'h for his wife. It was not and back. Sie! took three
) un-I Tessa-d ...rt..I". :z ....4Nun.
Insurance til Wednesday, that he located her ,, bottles of .___-___________.____________ annual. 0' I ,..,1, p/ywwe If d..I,."

I accused her of having! relation with I Street No. or R. P. D_________________________________
I did not accept -
Vtililoxtu men. Bem-tleey I
i t AND her, denial I and drew a revolver, : -----'''' -- -

tiring four shots into her body befarel j i CARDUI Tiki

I turning the gun: on himself and dying -
Real Estate
!\ instantly. .

; ll'IWI'lt": ANNOYING: : : ANTS: : The Veto's/ ;} Tonic "JWV" you can get your

'i OF mini I .\Im AND: SEEDBED: : l

PEEK & BURNS"Not and her condition was much

Just a little black ant, but he "re better. DELCO LIGHTOver

ntes heaps of earth and of tnuiblo "We have lived here, near

too big for small business He digs and tears up useful things :: Jennings:;: for 26 years, and now

4 nor too small for big business"Your I while you rest or work, but you cannot t.4 we have our own home In town.

blame him-it's! his! way. His WRY I have had to work pretty hard. .200.000 Satisfied Users/ _____ J

Business i I. Cordially So or not, it isn't what you walt So this country wasn't built up,
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d i( licited. put a stop to his business and your it made it hard for us. ---

1 trouble. Road what is said on this "I I WISH I could tell weak

Odin with C. L. Peek & Son subject by Prof. J. It. Watson, entjmolnirUt L women of Cardul-the medicine JOS. E. WILSON Dealer

of the Florida experiment that helped Rive me the strsngthto ,

Telephone S3mrutntnmmmmtnmm station: go on and do my work.". ee I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

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SEPTEMBER 28, 1923.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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MOUE THAN A MERCHANT I has learned to expect these things 1 iness visitor to Jacksonville Saturday Sparhman. -- -- -- -- 4

i too. They are sanctioned by custom and Sunday. The Woodlot. PREVENTS ITFECT10r
Lee I "
Ciibstui, of Gainesville visited
Your druggist is more. than a mer- and indulged( in by hundreds, daily I Miss Elnora Bennett returned to friendhere 1 The fnrin womllot. CUM furnish work The !greatest diwnvrrv in flesh healing
i hunt." "Your druggist m more than u I her homo in Jacksonville Saturday, Sunday. I for men anti tennis during the wlutet I i is the marvelous Honozone, preparation 1. ,
man will admit the Muster Silas Jones of Daytonu, months when that comes in liquid anti.) !powder! form. I
The average merchant aye, indeed him a profes- after spending two weeks: with relatives arrived oilier work Is scarce liesides I It ill n combination treatment. that '
ruth of that after a little thought. sional here Tuesday and has entered iildliiK the farmer cut the labor not '
man, an ethical man, a friendin and friends here. only purities, tho wound 1 of germs that;
d But the trouble is, the average man need and a citizen deserving of cooperation school. Ho is making his home with question! thoMuxllot. can supply n portion cause infection but it licixln tho flesh with j
1, hnsn't given it any thought. lie and support of the neighborhood The teachers institute was held in his grandmother, Mrs S. E.: Jones. I of the bullilliii nmterlnl the hulk extraordinary''' speed. Had wounds or ,.. ::.:".
the school auditorium here Friday of the cuts which take ,
repair iniiti-rliil and a liirge part weeks t> hen) with
Our
tho druggist, and the services school Is th""i'
'ukes which he progressing nicely
serves. Stop a forty-two teachers being present and If not till. of the fuel 1 used on the uvcrHBo ordinary liniments", mend nuklv ,'r """
for which the druggist stands, for moment and consider the druggist. nine absent. The following under the management of Prof. J, I. farm. In aiMltlon, the well-kept tho powerful influence of tliix wonderful i."' '
granted. lie i is so accustomed to Then give him a square deal." rendered: programwas Ogden, of Graham. I woodlot may he iiitulo u l source of outside remedy. PnYo(tiiiiuj| )SOr,fiOo and$1:,(). '
Powder 30o nnd 60,'. Sold ".
these services that he doesn't nonce Music, America.Prayer T. C. Thomas and T. V. William Income Ih"u11111011, \! of timber, by "'
them. Did you really ever stop TIIERESSA motored to Starke Monday on business. I tiN or furl MOlld., All Drug Stores ..
Prof. Ernest: .
i moment to think how much you Thornquest.The .....

,we the druggist, of how much you Theressn 28. :Messrs. L. L. following officers were elected: I Y. A. "*'
Sept. Prof. W. O. Duval, president.Mrs. Harris of Gainesville, motored ''iJ.
him and how much :!
depend upon you ..
Youngblood and E. S. Sibley were Weist, vice president here one day last week on bus. ,
temand of him'l"Did visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mr. iness. t"Y--: ;;: :' -.; : .. .
I i :a ;;
Mrs. J. T. : ::0---";
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you know that your druggists Knott, of Valdosta, Ga., claim Moore secretary. Fred,I L. i! ..' ,... _...;..4,...',......;.;.i...,,,_. ._. -.; 4e s!!I. e.: .
Deaver has "
How to work the accepted :'' t' .
manage /seat! in employment .. ..... 'f. ...": ..... < iJ' / ...:t.::"
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a professional man, a member of agent for the Southern railroad wasa primary grades-Miss Williams :Miss in Starke. .. ... "" : ;;.., '-",- ". ;' ---.;::, ..' 'Ji; ...,. .
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me of the oldest of professions equal visitor here Tuesday. - a 4.'" '=-. ,/ -.. .
Ray and Mrs Moore. Me8-rs. Dan Marion and Unsconi I
.m standing to medicine lie ia, and Mrs. Mark Clemons of Brooker has ... .C. .- ." :....-" ::
Dil'cusl'ion-l\Ii Stearns Carlton spent tho week-end hero with = .:. : ;: .d
Griffin -- .
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he has to be, to be a druggist. He moved to the D. W. Moore place near ; 'f -'I' ..
hus a professional education of and Smith Mrs. Perkins Prof. Dowl- their mother, Mrs W. I. Deaver. "'::. .,. .p f .
here.Cecil ing and Supt. Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. / _. R i .,.
Prescott have
,,hurmacy, chemistry, muteria-medi- Moore left Wednesday for ,....i';.....; -.... ;q
Undue advancement and retardation returned to their home here after F..f.f' ,. .
near ..
.1, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, Vero where he will work in the Tel- /. ,,!>- '
-Mr. Wilkerson, Supt. Wiggins, visit with their children in different ,
toxicology. therapeutics and the al- egraph office for the F. E. C. rail- a .r ", ..;;r., -.I
ied, sciences. lIe studies in the same road. Mrs. White Mrs. Moore, Profs. Pin. part of Georgia. Mr. Prescott's :7 f.'" ..... .'" .. _=___. .
holster and Duvall.Adjournment many friends will be pleased to 1 learn "'. "'"' "" 'j
lasses, on the same footing with Arthur Moorer was a visitor over '''''- 2
medical students. In most States to to Hampton Wednesday. for dinner at 12:30 that ho is improving in hc-ulth. \ ..

,hum his license to practice he Mr. Sturgill and family left Tues- and reconvened' at 2:00: o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards of .. : : ,

must have his college degree plus day for their old home in Kentucky. Better' preparation of teachers- Starke: visited. her parents!, Mr. and > .. a 'f .

from two to four years of practical i I They lived here the past year on the Prof Duvall. Mrs.. S. J. Prescott near here Sunday ;? \" '\1,11'\ ,.'
Moved that each teacher be required ;
work, and, in addition must pass a'' Wallace place. ._ _. '-; ,
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y State board examintion. All these Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wallace have ( to answer to roll call with psychology '
A SPI.KNIHl" : .
) FEELING:
y, precautions are taken by the State moved back to their home here from quotation. \ .. \' 0 J "
I Moved that county ,give: one day That tired 1, half-.iek. di <'ournll"III\'I-: ---.- .
his
to assure competency before he is Keystone Heights. ing caused. t by a torpid( liver and( eoiiKtip.'iWcl / "- _.A ,
permitted, to practice. Pharmacy is Arthur Moorer left Saturday for each month and teachers one day and towels ran l 1.0> gotten' rid of with 4 / ?- t '"
too important too vital to the public I I Jacksonville.J. have a 2-day( institute each month Btirprixin promptness by using llerbino. More Grip on the Road! k .
not to be safeguarded by the state. I G. Williamson, of Palatka, visit- and to pay the expenses of a Univer You (",-llts l beneficial, cfloct v>'nil tho first :

"Did you know that he is an ethical ed relatives here Sunday. sity of Florida man to be present at Ls doso thorough fill its\ purifying and complete.and regulating It not; effect only. "Snick ur...wheel Stakes

man, bound by the code of ethics of Kev. Jones of Luke City filled his the meetings. drives out bile and I impurities but it imparts .-
code and Dinner was served at the Woman's a splendid feeling of exhilaration, ,
his profession, a as strict appointment here at the Baptist Buick four-whrrl liriikcs give all 1914 Buick cum twice
strength vim. and of
sacred, as that of the physician ? lIe church Saturday night and Sunday Club. Price 60c. Sold by buoyancy 1I1'irlt& the amount of (trip on' the rondo, thereby doubling their
is, and he abides by that cole, which and Rev. D. L. Phillips of Lawtey, brakinK clljcicncy It N the friction or grip. ot the tire! on
s A:M PSO.N Y All Drug Stores the road surface. t hut brakes or Blown down the car
fortunate for families That Sunday C
i? many preached an interesting sermon -
,:odu binds him to loyalty to his profession I night. TilE FLORIDA SANITARIUM I Buick four-wheel, liruken not only provide aarenteepower tw
Sampson City Sept. 28.-T. C. to atop, in ruse c>f rmrrgriu-y" but. t because, of this fourwheel -
; to use only pure and reput- We are sorry to report the illnessof road grip, reduce akiJOing' dungera to M minimum. 1
able drugs; to protect the lives and Mrs. Holder. I Thomas, Joe Williams and Dognn Florida Sanitarium and Hosoital, In turning Duick fourwheel. brake construction, automatically r
the health of his customers; to give Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace hat I Nabb motored to Palatka and spent Orlando, Fla. Medical, surgical, maternity releases whichever is the outside! or guiding-
medicine to those in need, even without move back here from their place at the week end with friends and, rela capacity 100 patients. Equipment front wheel so it IK instantly renponmve to the steering 6 t

payand; to keep confidential the Keystone Heights. : tives. I modern rest, diet, physiological I mechanism
things which come to his knowledge; Ben Hall, of St. Petersburg is visiting Mrs. S. E. Jones was a visitor to 'therapeutics. Unexcelled In the south Buick four.wbeel, brake construction distributes' braking d I
through his professional work. And his father, M. Hall, who is ill Starke one day last week. east. 5-25-tf. friction over four drum and four wheel This reduces! i'I
wear on brake linings aid tires, thereby Muring their
your druggist knows more about you with appendicitis. His friends wish Mr. McCraney spent the week-end longer life and greater efficiency with fewer adjustment
than you are aware of. lIe knows him a speedy recovery. with his family at Louise.T. A TONIC Buick four-wheel I A
brakes .
(on all nuxlelel)
together withcountless s
much of Mrs. J. E. left afternoon V. Williams Joe Williams Do. (drove' Tasteless chill Tonic ;
nearly as your private life Owsley Friday I restores other distinctive features of the 1924: cars ,
as your physician does He knows for Valdosta Ga., where she pan Nabb and Lewis Parrish motoredto Energy! and Vitality by Purifying unit. further establish Buick as the Standard of Comparison.

many things, and he keeps bin mouth was called to the bedside of her Starke Wednesday evening. Enriching the Blood. When you f'eills
shut I daughter Mrs. Eloise Moore who Is Miss Eva Jones was a visitor to strengthening! invigorating effect Hre howIt I 1t'e'I5. '(

"Did you know that your druggist: ery ill.Mrs. I Gainesville one day last week.* tiring color to the cheeks and how j I f

IK a co-worker with your physician J. G. Williams, of Jennings, is Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and little it improves the appetite you will then s

that if the druggist fails in his dutyor visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. M. daughters Mildred Hazel and Bru- appreciate its true tonic value. I LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY i iJ 1:
is dishonest your physician's work I Hall. nell, of Brooker visited her mother Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic Is simply j y
] Mrs. W. S. Nabb and sister, Mrs. W. Iron !and Quinine suspended. In syrup. SII'' M. Smith, Mgr. s '
is in vain In the eyes of the law:
H. Smith here last week. pleasant even children like It. The blond Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties M. ,
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your druggist would be equally responsible LAWTEY needs! QUININE to Purify it mid IRON InEnrith '.,. i
Lynwood Davis of Hawthorne, visited --- ----- -
with your physician if you I. his friend. W. II. Smith last it. Destroys Malarial (germs/ ant1 When better automobiles are built, Bnick will build them '
died from mistake in a prescription Lawtey Sept. 28-Misses Beth and flip (term by Its Strengthening. Invlgor.3tint ) ;;
even if the physician prescribed the Winifred, Wimberly of Highland were week-end.' : ) Effeet (tub:. : "'i 1'1'f I II ;t
dose and substance. Your druggists visitors to Lawtey: Friday. !Miss Eva Jones was a visitor to n _

compelled to know the dose of Mrs. Ed Galloway and children left Jacksonville Monday. ,
for their homo Nash- !Master.. J. B. Smith spent Sundayin
drug and of every poisonous combination Sunday near

that may result from mixing ville) Tenn., after spending! past two Gaincsillc.
months with her and Mrs. C. A. Johns was called, to
Mr.
I two or more drugs in n prescription. parents, l
That responsibility rests upon the :Mrs Charles Dinkins.R. Starke last week on account of the :
death of her ,grandmother: Mrs. Alice
R. Thede business -
druggist. was transacting ..
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"Did you know that your druggist in Jacksonville Tuesday.
:' compelled to keep tho longest Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and Robs Calomel of .

'hours of any profession or trade? Mrs. A. M. Blnnchnrd were visitors to I

5 ou, the public force him to do so. Starke Saturday.
Nausea and
The eight hour day Is a myth to him, Mrs. R. M. Tracy and daughter, DangerMedicinal I C w' *?
-omcthing heard of but never oxperi- Doris, spent the week-end' with relatives -

nced. The avrage druggiit! works in Macclenny. Virtues Retained and Improved
i fifteen-hour day. lIe opens in tho L. H. Hill was transacting businessin H Advertise '
I -Dangerous and SickeningQualities 2e'
arly morning/ and he is open late atnight Starkp the first of the weok. Removed. Perfected Tab tV0
long after all other stores are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waddington,
let called "Culotnbs.
lofced. Sundays and holidays arc all of LaGrange, 111., are guests this
dike to him. The drug store must week of :Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Smith.
Arthur Wilkerson of Maxvillc The latest triumph of modern science have advertised
main" open. The public demands it. wasa always
haven: in the wee small hours of tho visitor hero Sunday. Is a "de-nauseated" calomel tablet MEN 'Mi

morning, after the store has closed, If! Lonnie Prescott of Highland; was known to the drug trade as "Culo- themselves and their I
in town tabs Calomel, the most generally .
i member of your family becomes Saturday.
ick, you do not hesitate to awaken Misses Rebecca and Eunice Whitehead useful of all medicines thus enters on '
the druggist to secure medicine. lIe I I'xects visited' relatives in Starke Fri 'a wider field of popularitypurifiedand deeds; then their religion; .

it as part of the duties of his day and Saturday.Miss refined from those objectionable

profession. He has less time for Eunice Dinkins, of Jacksonville qualities which have herctofer limitedits today their products and

}pleasure recreation and family life spent Sunday with her parents, use. .
than the members of any other pro- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. I In biliousness, constipation! head business. "
fession. !Mike Futch returned to his workin I aches and indigestion, and in a great

"How often do you ask a favor of Jacksonville Monday after spending i variety of liver, stomach and kidney ei 91

the druggist How many times have two weeks' with his parents Mr. troubles calomel was the most successful ( The most effe.tive f adver-

and G. L. Futch. remedy, but its use was often
vou asked him for stamps for the !Mrs.
use of his telephone, or for a dozen !Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long of Max- neglected on account of its sickening tising today is through the

other little courtesies The druggist yule visited relatives in Lawtey Sun- qualities. Now it is the easiest and
most pleasant of medicines to take. printed ,vord --- and right 1 j'there

ASPIRINSay day.Mrs.! Lizzie Thornton spent! last One Calotab at bedtime with a swallow -
week with relatives in Manning. of water-that's all. No taste is where we are quali-

A. A. Crews of Highland was :n no griping, no nausea, no salts. A b '
town Saturday.C. good nights sleep and the next morn- fled to serve you. a'a'jEvery
"Bayer" and Insist! C. McCormick of Jacksonville ing you are feeling fine with a clean

spent Sunday in Lawtey. liver, a purified system and a big ap ( printed should
Miss Dora (Glark of Wateroak visIted petite. Eat what you please. No page

relatives here Saturday. danger. be a pleasing picture a f I ,
Shep Sapp of Jacksonville, spent Calotabs are sold only in original, ,

Sunday here with his family. sealed packages price thirty-flv type, paper, ink and illus- '
Pt rf/" =rte V Constable Jacob Johns, of Starke cents for the large family package,

was in town on business Monday ten cents for the small, trial package. trations. We can make it
W. A, Harvey is spending a few Your druggist Is authorized to refundbe

days in Baldwin this week. thoroughly delighted with Calo- so for you, if you let us help a
Constable J, h, Lowerey was a bus- the price as a guarantee that you will

Colds Cause imp and Influenza tabs.--(Adv.) 7-6-13t plan your printing job. t 4a ;

LAXATIVE DKOMO UUIMNETiblcU' : remove (incaum. oy,
Then H only one "p-n** Oulolro.r .
W CTOVF.: air--l .n.. on ""c. 3ih.1k'055 ".
Bradford County Telegraph
I I..w you ape the name "Bayer" en .
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SOYtASS
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.pwkage or on tablet you are not get
Ling the gRntimo Mayor prod II'" pre-
'.. txsl by physicians over twntytwojoars 1&11& 1 RSM'Thes I \ +FS
and proved safe by million for t' : if
folJs headache CHILL TONIC

Toothache Lumbago! For SO
Earache Rheumatism over M alaria I
Neuralgia Pain, Pain years it has been

Accept "Bayer Tablet of hplri"" the household Chills v

"ily. Each: unbroken package contain.' remedy for all..
!proper directions. Ilaadr boxer of forms of ... and We J : i iJ
Our
Own
twelve tablet cost few cent TinaTiaU :- grind Lenses
( aim .sell buttes of 24 and 10O. Fever
A.pirlnlot the trade mark of Bayer It is a Reliable, NODELAYQainesv'ille. ,
M.ini-firtiiTo"' of Uonoaoeticucidceter of General ..
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family, of Gainesville, spent the wool Examples for encouragement I -
e Bradford County Telegropl j I' end here with relatives. Williams.An .

ITS .--.. -__ --. I i i Mrs R. A. Weeks and children interesting talk on tho parch THE GREAT FALL SPORT"L43
10 spent Friday in Starke. -V. B. Wheeler.

Published weekly and entered as I L, R. and II. P. Gainey, J. J. Mor Dlnedict.ion-Prof. Lawhorn.

second' class matter, at the post G. W. Hazen and
I[ nan, J. II. Kelley, I II
office at Starkc, Florida. i Mrs :Millie Guinoy attended churcl FIVE MILE II
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=,- I i at I'rcmpect Saturday and Sunday.

'E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor" and pone : Mrs. L. L. Morgan\ spent this weeV Five Mile, Sept. 28.-Elder M. 0, I

at Sampson;; ( City at the bedside of Touchtone, of Quit Jun, Ga., pram' ; ; i I

g PUBLISHED EVERY FRIIl y I her mother, Mrs. Knnbb.Dogan ed at Bethany church Saturday IInd q >r Qpft

Knabb, of Sampson City,, i Sunday. Among those from a ditunco -

t t a ,. -.- I was a visitor here Thursday. who attended were T. II. mn\l's.'
1 (n SUBSCRIPTION RATEr : I Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas, of ,
t'i A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was u NCefff/
i U Miller, Mrs.! Mary Mott, of Ilcilbrm
,i r Year ___________________$3. r II I It. Guinoy attended to businessin Driggers, Macclenny, Mrs. T,
Aluchua! one day last week. J. Dekle, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Deli(',
friend lion. J. S. Butch, of Lake Butler.
r Our old Misses Vera Surrency, Ohio Hague
rl from Levy Mrs. Addie, Illume spent the weekend -
state senator
formerly
Mattie Lois Hawkins, Lottie Gainey,,
Iv C county, and, ut present, superintendent '- Messrs.\ T. II. Pinholster, J. b. Wil- I with !Miss Eliza Dukos.
t i' it of the Florida Stato Farm, In a kerson and, Royce Gainey attended George! Faircloth and friend, Rev,
cu'ndidato for commissioner of ujcrl- Claus, of Valdosta, were here Satu -
: I the teachers' institute held at Law- '
ii culture. Wo do not know who else day. Rev. Claus Is conducting a metIng / Qw r
toy Friday. at Unity church this week.
M. will bo candidates, but we do knowth..y
'Miss Ruby Mao I'oppell, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Claude /
l will have to be going some if Kcnfroe were y
they beat Sim III itch.-Gainesville week-end ut her home in Starke. guests; Sunday of Mr. and l\lrB. J. W.
Mr. and, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of Williams.
Sun.
Starke, spent the week-end here. Mrs. Barbara Dukes and Mrs. Hattie SUMMER rilTT

HH The industrious farmers of the Mrs. I'mholttter, LuLcdia,, and JohnPinholster Brannen, of Lake Butler, visitc // 4AVlN69,
of LaO, spent Sunday relatives here last week.
t Brooker section send large quantities ,
here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Dukes ?
nre
of squashes, egg! plant, peppers,, Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, made a receiving congratulations of friend i/ : .- 73
etc., to be fchippetl north via Starke.
FTn professional visit here Friday. over the arrival of a daughter Sop .a
What they do other truckers could Misses Stella Mae and, Flor Ward ICth.
do, as nil have the same advantages ,
spent Saturday in Alnchua. A. E. Proctor visited, his sister Mr .._,
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1 in the way of soil but the get-up- '>ill '
T. B. Pinholster, of New River, .
P. 1'. Dekle one day last week.T. "
1 of the Brooker people f.
get spirit
Ii' t spent the week-end here. Hendrlx and R. Drawdy have
causes them to go to work and make
7w Lucian Hazcn, who Is attending the returned from a trip to Ocala.
use of their opportunities when others university at Gainesville; spent the P. P. Dekle was a business visitor
; upend their days visiting disgruntled .. ,
; ; week-end hero with his parents.Mr. to; Lake Butler Thursday of last we..k! "
of hard AuTOMf T 1t -
brethren and complaining
r and Mrs II. E. Thomas motor-
a.' l times. ed to Gainesville Monday.The 1VOODLAR'N

t :: t week's meeting held at the FreeWill --

i The Mexican clover plant has taken Baptist church by Rev. Butler Woodlawn, Sept. 28.-W. II. Norman list church met at the home of Mrs. Lulu Reed, Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Lon' FARM SOLD

,1 a possession of some fields in this will close next Sunday. who is employed in Jacksonville H. C. Wimberly Tuesday afternoonand Prescott and G. H. Barker attended
section having soil suitable for it. Hogan Smith, of Sampson City, Is spending a few days with his family were successful in making one
church at Evergreen Saturday morn- :Mr.:\ E. R Claypoole, of Camden, N
weed I
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Farmers complain of it as a was a visitor here Monday. here. quilt top. This society has just lately -
L that is hard to get rid of. It seems Rev. D. L. Phillips spent the week organized and so far have orders ing./ J., has purchased during the past

that first one weed, then another la HAMPTON: enl; at Thercssa the guest of friends for seven quilt tops. II. Wimberly, Jr., of Orange Park week the 20 acre farm located about

crowding out the time-honored crab- Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning spent Robt. L. Crews arrived Monday to visited relatives here Saturday.G. 1 1-4 miles east of Hampton, and formerly -

7 gragg. But in the case of the Mexican Hampton, Sept 28.-Mrs. Alexander the weekend, in Jacksonville, /gues relieve his brother, W.- G. Crews, as II. Barker left Sunday for Jack- owned by W. R. Cheshire Mi

clover nothing is lost but much is of Jacksonville, who has been >f friends. railroad section foreman.Mr. sonville for a few days visit with Claypoole is planning on remodeling
gained. It in a leguminous plant that the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. A. R. M. Osteen: left Friday for Plan : Crews and family are movingto relatives the house to a certain extent and

j like 1 beggar weed and peavines, will Wynn, returned to her home Sunday City where he will be employed.. Fernandina where he will have W. E. Davis, of Starke, was a bus- making other improvements, which
t enrich the soil when plowed under. It evening. Mrs. Brooks Starling and children charge of a section. iness visitor here Tuesday. will add greatly to the value of the

it is greedily eaten by cattle and, horses I .Mi..aIoody. of Lawtey, is the eft Saturday for Jacksonville when B. B. Williams, Carson Griffis and II. B. Bennett, of Jacksonville, was propej-ty. The Telegraph and thu
4J and is very nutritious. Its somewhat guest of her sister, Mrs. N. C. Wain- they will join Mr. Starling and mak( Francis Williams were visitors to transacting busines shere Tuesday people of Hampton welcome Mr

prostrate habit of growth may make II Wright. 1 *jeHi|I.A. ;heir home. Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. Mrs A. K. Williams and sons, Ben, Claypoole and his family to our coun-
the cutting of it for hay difficult but A. Durden and family were business Miss Gladys Norman was shopping and Mrs. Elbert GrifTis and lit- Frank and Gordon motored to Lake ty. The deal was made through Mr.
for a fall pasture it cannot be surpassed. In Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. Louise of Tampa
visitors to Waldo Saturday.N. tle daughter/ Mary City Monday. Inman of Starke.
C. Wainwright and family are Troy Bennett, of Lawtey, i is spent several days here last week the
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t located in the Miller cottage. the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs I guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wonder how much of the propaganda Henry Altman and family, of Gra- j S.1 H. Thompson, this week. I J. W. Griffis. ------n -

i of every conceivable kind that ham, have moved to the farm owned Brown Bennett of Lawtey, and Send Your Dresses Etc.To
Rugs Draperies
.; is sent to newspaper offices, is a by H. B. Wiggins, of Starke. HIGHLANDHighland Baldwin Marr, of Starke, were visiting .
,' (t total loss to the propagandists? At Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was visiting in relatives here Friday and Satur-
'i least. ninety po r cent, we opine. Sturko this week. Sept. 28.-Mrs. Chas

What comes to the Telegraph Is The First Baptist church met last Dinkins, of Lawtey, and daughter, day.Mrs.. David Lang, Mr. and Mrs. F. Montgomery French Dry Cleaning Co.
t thrown into the waste basket unread, Sunday evening; for the purpose of Wrs. Ed Galloway and chidren, of D. Lang, Miss Elithe Collins, Buddy
I and as we never see any of it reproduced calling a pastor. Rev. S. A. Jones I Memphis, Tenn., spent the day will Wilkinson and A. H. Wilkinson motored Largest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning Plant in the South

t I, by our exchanges, the other was elected by a unanimous vote. tlrs. H. C. Wimberly Wednesday. to the state farm at Raiford DRESSES, ETC., DYED CLEANED AND REPLEATED

editors poem to do it likewise. Until During the time liro. Jones bus been I Mrs. W G. Crews and son, W. L., Sunday.Mr. Montgomery, Ala.

i lately such dope came in unsealed pastor of the church, 58 additions were visitors to Starke Friday. and Mrs. J. R. Reddish, Miss l -_-...mil'.J -

tt envelopes, provided with n penny have been made to the church He I The Ladies Aid society of the Bap ------------------.----- -. ---- --- -- - -
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stamp, and was then disposed of will preach here two Sundays in each i - -

r forthwith. Now it comes ns first- month. | l'9 'lI>.... .. A ..' ,
class mail is given the benefit of the Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Birt have been b ft: _' i"$ "': -:12 l4 : Vr Iftbtttto I IWRev In

..I Afr doubt and, opened. Tile thousands of visiting in Gainesville.Mrs. I a-- ;;; :i ; z1' <;$.

tons of paper used for such stuff J. P. Sullivan returned, to her i Guide with GentlenessJack <<
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to make the price Tiro Measure of Greatness I. the Capacity
every year helps home here Monday after a visit with .
of paper high. The only ones that her son, Cleveland Sullivan, of The -

profit are the "journalists," turned ressa. I 25 I Drunk on a Little Temporary Power I
schools,
I out by the correspondence R. L. Birt and family were guests cent

who are now overrunning the coun of his father, W. P. Birt, of Louise, I'I'SundllY. America used to bo u democracy, with ccitum rights Jrl1arlln-

try. teed under the COJl"tit Utioll. Of lute the people have sat
Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was
HONOR BRIGHTI in town Saturday. I I Want Adwill supinely by, in State after State, and permitted the dctiutgoirue-\ /

Edgar; Price, who has been at Oak I to grusp! the reins of power. The result has; been an abuse of LMU elf3AurocwanrV

.y country was shocked, a short for several months, returned to his authority to a point where the business of the country has; been

/ time ago, when learning that naval a home here this week. I undermined, and now the very liberties of the people stem
squadron composed of seven who has been
!Mrs. S. A. Saxon, sell
vessels foundered on some rocks off the guest of her son. Isham Ogden,, I a to be involved. IDLENESSNo
the California coast and with great of Graham, has returned to her home Perhaps the most! striking example of the dangers. in thisgrowing man has the right to be Uto.

.l loss of life. How it came about was here I tendency to dictatorship! in place of government by Six IIIIs hen' nhult, work. It Is a

h l It, I' mystery and a naval court of inquiry Richard Jones, of Palatka, formerly Horseor law, is found) in the brazen Russiani/ing of Oklahoma, under the direct command resting upon every

was started.At of Hampton, died at his home Sept. $$200 rule of Governor Jack Walton, who, drunk with a little temporary lnili\Uuiil.\ There are no condition,
the other day, two lu life
the inquiry, 20th. The remains were interred in rules clrcuiiigtunceg or portions
the of the people,
I !o of the officers Lieutenant Commander the Methodist cemetery here rlday. power, rides roughshod over rights which authorize one to spend W"
Donald T. Hunter and Lieutenant The deceased has many friends here one county by :Martial Law, suspends the writ of :habeas corpus, time in Ulenens.

Lawerence F. Blod! ;ett, declared that who were sorry to hear of his death, a anti, finally, brings his blustering rule to it climax by condescending The fact that an Individual !..

they were to blame, as they togetherhad and extend their sympathy to the bereaved to say he will withdraw his troops! from Tulsa, providingthe rich does not excuse him from labor.
'f made the fatal decision to turn ones. city and county officials resign their offices and presumably Every man, regardless of his wealth,
before far enough their The officials, of course, were his position, his possessions or hIs
east they were L. H. Bedenbaugh has opened up a let .lack appoint successors.
t'' south to clear the rocks. Then Captain meat market in the Hagan building $$1000 Cor elected by the people and they can be removed by the people, power, should be made to labor
Edward II. Watson, chief of the on Main street. if the people wish. Governor Walton should 1 be brought sharply every day In the week. For one to

I, Squadron, stepppcd forth and announced The B. Y. P. U. met at the Baptist .. 1o hook and made to realize that he is the servant and not the fold his banda In Idleness and leave
that ho alone was to blame, his brain unoccupied 1 Iii to make of
I' church Sunday evening/ at 7 o'clock master of the populace.
that he had disregarded warning subject e self-proclaimed ehampions himself a nuisance and an Incubator
The wherever
with 51 members present. History tells the same story '"**
radio signals and had issued order to was "What kind of work may I :! of the peepul" get into tit saddle. They ride over of erlL of today I Ie

change the course. expect the Holy Spirit to help me liberty almost, us soon ns they feel their power. Napoleon was The amusement craze of Idleness.

Who vine really responsible matters do?" siiiiiooForm; the greatest: example of the popular hero gone; mad. Mussolini, tk There direct are so evolution many I Idle men and Idle

not. But is is a matter of congratulation The following program was ren- $ of more recent date, rides with the same high! hand, in a more women that It has been possible to
for this country to have dered: restricted fi"hl.011011 crushes the constitution under his iron Iinlld up great amusement" eater-W.

men in its service who have tho courage Kong, Home of the SoulAudienceIn ll<'d nnd ,shovs the !same clesjmtie! ::' tendency in the smaller unit being prises.exploited The Idleness by the avaricious.f people

to assume responsibility and the heart-Gladys;! Green.In of a State. The 1 people of Oklahoma will not remain hypnotizedor The breaking down of society Is
confess! errors of judgment, instead! persecution-Arthur Wilson.In coed by any) official bully There are reports of a movementof another evolution of Idleness line
1 of trying to save' themselves by opportunity-V. B. Wheeler.In the l legislature to convene spontaneously with a view to im- women no home duties no childrento
charging the blame to others or to core for, no domestic labor to
Obl'lienl'l-\lrM.: W. R. Alexan the Governor. The sooner the better. What happens Into dangerous
; them
jiciii-hin perform. tranRformn
has
"an act of God. The cutastrope der.In in Oklahoma! within the ne\t month or two, will prove whetherthe social. factors. They beoom
happened, but we should find consolation reading;-:Mrs. V. B. Wheeler. American people particularly in some of the Western States!!, the agents, or they become the oDJects -
1 in the fact that it brought to In faith-Lorene Cheshire. have surrendered, their right to frrl'onllll) liberty of expressing of every vicious design and dIre.

-) light the joyous news that honor is Sentence prayers by members. their \M'!! through, their, paid l and\ chosen servants, or boys and Hie-
still as bright as ever. :Mrs. II. B. Weest. j their Take the young
Introduction- whether, thop'mt of the Futlierstill\ courses through young. girls with Idle hands. Idle
Helping like a true teacher Mary ""ill". [Ktcrnnlipilancc: i ) is still t.'i.!' price of peace. Unless! brains. and, unoccupied time. They
,, BKOOKERBrooker Price.Ways t t.HAmerican ppnplo awn'mi'! to theu danger, the grip of the become the ngrnts of the.Devil. The naexpensive
.Il't"
to ""
menaces
I in which tho Holy) Spirit lined to throw oft. nothing
I"tiU, he with
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:28.! -: Dr. Colson and What is 11. al'I1! men and women
Sept.
helps-Evelyn Jones. more econ- With the p1'r'cr.t Oowi.ur( of Oklahoma it's! a case of Jack to occupy their time or employ their
t -- -- CHILDREN- Our helper, in daily tasks' -Her nice little '' linnds become a burden to themelvrn -
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SICKLY PEEVISH: omical and getting drunk on n i por.ry power. around
Children suffering from intestinal worm Hughes.I l profitable .- .. and a sorrow to all

are cross, rcstlciui. and unhealthy. There Song, I Need Thee Every Hour. rroMMttin has stopped cams slna OM are will take care of the them. damn the
are other symptoms, however. If the Our help in Christian service than a want rest evcnMMlly; *o lit tin uo Iiowfnl or the world idleness, curies I brlnzs\youth sorrow and
and
child id pale, lee dark rings under the middle aged;
Weeks 1,1Ie-
Kathryn t. the aired-
f'1 play eyes,, bait it is breath almost ami certainty tikes no that interest worms in New Testament examples-:Mary ; ad in this paper? Tnilintrlilt: worlw, Bi"1 other' ('Rnac lmmen-iirnM* loot and. this.r'lutert premature ness nil. the death dens of dissipation;the,
tW fnri.orn. wn"n tlu-y go on Ktrlko. We wonder, what crowds the pool, roomx. occupies
its The Barest !Lee Wynn. to
eating vitality. and
are away
rem dylorwormsislVhite'sCronmVermifuge. Old Testament examples! -Jessie What have you .iikl happen i \ If the, r"rn'erIC ,,ero to put the slier on the other foot.I parks, litters np the streets' ia r .tl.,1..' N, on I'" farces In thirty <.lnylO. What would the of
It in positive destruction to tho I n w> glutsthenao encurse tohe devil'M'st
worms but harmlosii to the child Price Williams. I I to sell? tt; ,*' '."(lr..*''',i *1" C I ""* ft'1': vpfr'l fur nh digit hour day? Would an
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: Saturday at Gainesville with their slight accident which happened to h'h'l and despite\ their afflictions lived I for Bible school at 10 a. m. .

son, Thomas, who is a student at U. in 'Allanu! enrouto home from (' beautiful lives, and manifested much Owing to the revival at the Methodist -

of F. fornla. patience and submissiveness to our

" : Bits oi"Information Local (*) Father in heaven. Therefore, sumo church we will have no service t
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pollard, of Ala- I Mr. George C. White left Sunday lovely spirits have gone! back to God Sunday night. ,

i ( chuii, arrived here Sunday. :Mr. Pol- afternoon for Tallahassee to enter who gave thorn. See the program" of the conventionin

lard has n position In S. R. Johns''' upon his duties\ as a.sUite bank exam Owing to tho fifth Sunday! convention another column) which we are en-

'\ I wholesale grocery store. iner. HP has boon succeeded at the next Sunday at Long Bridge, elo'dnjr( with then notes for publication ,

; Concerning Our People, Business ana Bunk of Sun'ke by Kiuvson J Davis, there will \bo no pivnehhtg by the pastor t in our excellent paper. Pleaso "1 u

;; Progress in the County and Town. I :Mrs. Reed McMasters: [ and! son, Goo., who starts elf with his nets duties in at our house of worship.However rend! it.

I Riley, have returned to their home a way that: assures his popularity! \M- u"gnil memberwho W. F. DAUliHEIlT\ : ''. i ,

in Tampa, after. a two weeks visit with the patrons of the bunk! do\ not go lo the nncnt'uu\ '' t"<> iiii-i'l I Mini[; i l iltr.O ( i

=- I with her aunt, Miss Kate Livingston.: -_

\R \\TEI): Resident Sale men.I I :Mr. and :Mrs. Will Godwin and sis Messrs .1. J. folaun of the New:

i vi-iuy-five salesmen with cato |Iter, !Mrs. Chandler, of New York, The convict force has finished thorough River section, and W. Q. Ball of Lakeland it '

ell lies( tubes and auto acSates- Were visitors here Wednesday.Mrs. grading from thu town limits were visitors to Starke Tuesday -I
The Paul Tire south to Eighth street on Tel11plu'nv- Iw 'I
,ce- n LC.- :M*. Hall is former citizen of

> -ilarke, Flu., lto375.; : Arthur Schilko and childrenleft enue. In another week they will Starke, but had been living lit lake I
reach Call street.
Thursday for their homo in Pitts- probably Butler until a few years ago, when pelt 1" .t't";

vherry plants are shipped front burg, Pa. he moved to Liikelnnd.' Ills frien.N I '.1'
:Mr. and !ah-s. J. P. Tatum, of Dc. him and A homely expression yet one 1 ;
hero wore dud to see again
,
daily. Land who their to New that signifies the spirit nf lode'k -
:Mr. and :Mrs. E. \V. Hayes and chil- arc on way to know that he is pmspa ring in his pendence, and a rugged determination '
1i'ftf.
York, Wednesday in Starke visiting -
spent
dren are at home again after a stay South Florida home. to accompli! the farthest '
for .
)Histrunk; left Monday 1\
i ru\i : Dr. Biggs and family.Mr. r
of a month at Kingslry lake ends for the greatest good Tibe > v. ''i I(
New
at Smyrna.
-uiy Mr. Henry L. Stevenson has returned personally reliant; to bo up- 1
: R. P. Adams who is in charge standing and Hteudfastj lo grapple ''', 4 '! l t.
Miss Irma of er
Stilley Jacksonville home ft spending the summer -
\H{ Ball, of Gainesville, was i a of tho construction work on the the problems that "tangle"and 1 r'
'J'Y spent the week-end with her parents with his parents in Pittsburgh, "snarl," and force their '';'1I ".4f
>. isitor here on :Monday Brooker road is", an old-time residentof .
here. Pa. Mr. Stevenson Bays there are solution. .
Starke, having lived hero with his", } s' .?
unmistakable signs. of business revival A "SAVINGS ACCOUNT" h thS 'in'' ;
I a ,
\l i Florence Powell was in Jack- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins is the attractive parents about thirty years ago. In the North and that the business greatest aid to "hoeing your own ''i.',; r, 't'i : !

lat week shopping. guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Briggs! "" people in l'ittSt1111'A'J10011 for row." It makes the row MO much, I/ / ;, ; I "

in Jacksonville "I Among the boys who are attendingthe 'improved conditions throughout the caster lo hoc It buildi chnrnc-. ,,,p ..

\l.u\in Smith of Lake City, motor University of Florida that spent dnrin! the fill and! winter, ter; Inspires thrift; Htrcngthenil At' ,
country
with liomefolks. hope and promotes happiness A t" .' .
the week-end were '
for the I
h Wednesday day. "
: .
11 Mrs.
a i J. C. Robinson"' and children I II SAVINGS \.
Ennis Rus I Orinson Joe \Vuiuwrijrht I once given ,. .
Gary I's.
spent! the week-end in Jacksonvillewith I 1)r..1. J. Uullen, pastor of the l1apI an Impartial trial, S't' ,.,.,, ,
,> ,K: Knight has returned home at- j I Charlie Johns, Carr Colley.Mr. I :
her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. I1,. I list church\ will occupy the pulpit nf never require further
I
l' i. i lui, mess trip to Tampa. Robinson. I the First Baptist ,church, .lackxon- 1 recommendalione.'S "
: ( and! Mrs. E. M. Davis and little Make thin '
vine, on Sunday morning nod ovcnim- I
I daughter Jean and :Mrs. Kate Davis I Bank .tilt : '
th-- Tholma Iloltzendorf lias acl :Mrs P. E. Canon and :Mrs. Florence lr. Rroughton, the ruinous Southern ; "thrift your shop." '
motored to Gainesville Sunday
d l .1 t position in Dr. Itigga" office Powell will entertain the U. 1 11., I preacher, l h.euin<< his l pastorate of this A small -
the of :Mrs. Agnes i e
C. next Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: knoV're guests church on October lit, anti, )Jr. Bullen\ amount will lI
:McCormick and Mrs. Camilla Glass. I I
\\ ,Iliiun Struth, of Jacksonville: '! o'clock. : has been asked by the church to (A'i\'l'1 Mart lhoeccouat.

pun1 :unday here with relath ea. 'I them the oIlI"t Sunday: before the ""11I'1 .
I The Workers met with !Mrs
Mr. and :Mrs' E. K. Perryman and Merry IIng I of their pastor. ,

W :M. Struth is in Plant City visit son, Mr. and, Mrs L. A. Davis Jr.,,III. M. Snyder on Monday eening and ------ I

"..1 his sister, :Mrs. Sid Johnston have returned home after a stay at a very delightful time was spent in Mrs. Pauline K.i: Waldo nnd son have I
I sewi ng1'h,' hostess served! cream I
Kingsley lake. purchased IS acres nf land lying one' j rill: HNOF! STARKE
and cake to the members and invited
J :M. :Mitchell and daughter, Lucile I Iponlel'o1s ( and one-half miles northeast of town. ,: : p'l '.
lank: of Helpful Ser\I.:
guests. i"
Mere. visitors to Jacksonville! Friday. One of the Diesel engines, with its IIrs.11101" is from the state of

fly wheel, is now in place I !Michiaan: and\ (the people of this. county I \ : \ 1-:. ri. ,
Jlr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh motored t
F A. Crowdcr spent Sunday in Lake ut the power house I welcome them to this .splendid\ : I i I
Gainesville after:
I to Saturday
I'lty with his family.Mr. farming ,.,.ti..n. The tlonl win r.1I".1 I
by I ,
accompanied
:Mrs. J. C. Rnulerson and daughtersof I noon. They were through (i. M.: Inmim of Ktarke' I I : -- :
Mrs. R. O. Daniel and! Master Russell
and, :Mrs. E. II. Smith motor Lake Butler, have returned home I I' -- |
Daniel who spending awhile with I
,ui to" Jacksonville last Sunday. after a short visit with Mrs. G. ('. I are For ; limited time the Telegraph! iF
her sister, Mrs. C. V. Simpson. !
Sweat. I I II is offering I l.Vinonth subscriptions at =--

Mi" Ailcen Alvarez was a visitor $2. Any >subscriber who, wishes to -
It is reported that the Seaboard ,
to. Jacksonville last Saturday. Mr and Mrs. S. J. Prescott have I I" take advantage the bargain offer :
'
railway plans to make some Improve-
returned to their home in Sampson may di su. Simply send in $2 and I' :
ments the depot right ThisIs
Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville!, City, after a visit of several weeksin on away. your subscription\ account will be ; h
and can't be done
good hearing
vmted her sister, Mrs. O. J. Griffin,, Georgia.Mr. a credited with fifteen months. No matter \ J
too soon. !
Monday. what date your present subscription H'

and Mrs. J. II. Pollard have \ expires, an extension of 1 fifteen :;V. **
Rev. G. F. Scott, of Lakeland, stopped :
L M. Rhodes, state marketing moved from Hampton to Starke. Mr. months will be made, on, receipt of $2 t "y

,mimissioner, spoke to the farmers Pollard will be connected with the S. over to visit his brother, F. A. during the time of this special offer *{
Scott. Mr. Scott is just returning
.
,11 the courthouse Tuesday. R. Johns mercantile firm.
from Clayton Ga., where he spent I
Mr.' and Mrs. II. J. Farmer and Is this Your PaperOr

I L. A. Davis and J. T. Quigley were Gary Ennis, student at the Univer- the summer. daughter, Miss Norma, spent/ several

husincs, visitors to Gainesville Mon- sity of Florida, was the guest of his days of thin and last week in Starke raw
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Clark of Pablo
011" aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, over the They were on their way to St. Petersburg -
Beach, motored here Sunday, and were
weekend.Mrs. their home, from Indian Spring
the guests of her parents, Mr. and t
',en C. White left Sunday to as- Ga., wh'reIr.! Former had tnk'nI
:Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, for several
unii, his duties as assistant state :Martha Morgan left a few treatment for hit health. The Farmers -

Dunk fxaminer.Mr days ago for Edgar, where she is a I days. formerly lived in Starku an.1V're Is it Neighbors ; '

-- guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. heartily greeted by their many your
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards, of:
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Col. King. friends here.
Gainesville, Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Miss S
tad Mrs C. L. Peek spent last week
Isabel Bullen and John Powell spent
ai Kmgsley lake. Mr. Wm. A. Clason was called to I Those motoring to Gainesville Sunday -
the week-end at Kingsley lake at the
Dobbs Ferry N. Y., Tuesday by a tel : afternoon were Mr. and !Mrs.' N. r

Mrs' E. N. Alexander of Jacksonville announcing the critical illness Limbaugh cottage. ,
egram Sternbcrg and (children !Mr. mind! Mrs w"a,

visited her sister, Mrs. L. A. of his father. Master Paul Knight, who has beenin Everett Miner! and daughter, Pauline,

Wynn, at Hampton this week. Jacksonville at tho Riverside sani- !Mr. and, Mrs. U. I>. Miner, Miss Nellie J A i ir

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shelldrake, Sh'lIrnsIr.! and Mrs J. :M. Morgan -
tarium for the past 10 days, has returned -
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan of Law- of Philadelphia, Penn., are spending Miss Louise Fernandez, Mrs.
home and his friend
"''y, were shopping here Tuesday af their honeymoon in Starke, with his many Florence Powell, Miss Blanche Mc- y.
to hear of his continued ill
ternoon.Mr. sister, Mrs. A. 'Y. Anderson.Mrs. are sorry Neil, Powell Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs
ness. j r
0. L. Ilcasley, Miss Frippe. ,,' .,- ;ar
and Mrs. Henry Edwards, of A. D. Crawford and Miss Fan-
Friends of Mrs. S. L. Hamrick will ;
Gainesville were week-end guests of nie Crawford, of Jacksonville, have PRESBYTERIANServices ..
to hear that she cannot return ..
John 11. Powell. returned home after a short visit at regret "'t
home for some weeks on account of aI
the home of Miss Mildred Crosby.Mr. both morning and eveningat \\j -
----
}Ir, Drayton Colley of Winter Ha- the Presbyterian church. Sunday

ven, was a week-end visitor to our and Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mr. school at 10 a. m. Preaching servicesat Some folks just hate to refuse : r

town. and Mrs. Edward Burns will return 11 a. m. Evening services at H .

home today after being at the lake II .
o'clock.
when ask to borrow
parr C. Colley, of the University for several weeks. I T. J. HEDGES: you

<>t Florida, spent the week-end with Minister ,
'
relatives in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Walton, general their newspaper, even when .'

superintendent of the S. A. L., were :ST. MARK'S OIUItCH N' s

Albert W. DeVane, of Sebring, was here Sunday and Monday in their pri- they want it themselves.If .

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sweat vate car. The services for the eighteenth Sun- J

last week. day after Trinity will lie. at 11 a. m.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, :Mrs. S. The Diocese has asked! all the parIshes subscribe for the ,

Loren Morris, of the U. of F., was T. Dell and Miss Virginia Weeks, of A HARTFORD FARM POLICY to take an offering for our workIn you

the week-end guest of his uncle, T. Gainesville, spent the week-end at corer Japan. The cathedral and nix other -

c Morris. Kingsley lake. VEHICLESInsurance churches, the hospital, two schools. TELEGRAPH now you get

of farm property has and all the residences of our workers

Jack Rogells/ who is a student at Mrs. G. M. Inman has returned come to be a matter of expert have been destroyed by the recent it for THREE MONTHS ,

the University of Florida, was the home after spending several weeks Service earthquake.The .

week-end guest of Joe Wainwright with relatives in Virginia and Penn- thanks of the rector are extended -
It cover all farm buildings, FREE---for only $2.00 you
sylvania.Mr. to the people who prepared
Renew household roods\ provisions( fuel
your subscription now and for his return
the
jet the Telegraph/ for 15 months for and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and and personal effects, grain, hay rectory will get the up-to-date county
and Dr. and need straw and fodder, all kindsof .
daughter, Margaret, CARD OF TIIANKS
stock feed, farm tools. implements -
of Lawtey, were visitors -
Mrs. Chandler,
and machinery harness and State news from October :
Mrs: N. D. Wainwright has returned in Starke Wednesday. We most heartily thank the good +
and similar equipment vehicles,

with<1' home her after daughter a stay, Mrs.at T.Pablo D. Clark.Beach Col.-D. E. Knight was called to horses muleo, cattle, sheep and kindly people in of our Starke hour who of bereavement.We assisted so. 1st 1923, to January 1 1st :

hog. against the hazard of fire,
and Plant City the first of the to
Tampa shall always feel grateful you
lightning, tornadoes cyclones
Mrs! Olin White and children haver"turned week where he went to look after legal and windstormi. and for the beautiful floral offerings.'

home after an extended vis- business. W. W. Agin It. M. Agin, Mrs. F.

relatives in Texarkana, Ark. You may also buy protection Register. 1925.'A

Mrs.: H. Y. Brown has returned against hailstorms In connectionwith

\Ir'' S. E. Brownlee has returned home after a two weeks visit in the above liberal coverage. CHRISTIAN:; CHURCH :NOTES;

T m. after a visit with her daughter, White Spring! with her daughter, f.
chances!
Stop taking
Sire A V. Long in Palatka. :Mrs. J. C. Terrell. The minister extend his tenderest,

J. R. Davis & Co. sympathy to the many sorrowing relatives ,

Mr' J, L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, Miss Amelia Ray, who has been and friends whose loved ones kr

end Mrs M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, quite ill at the home of her sister, Agency Established 1886 have so recently departed this> life. I

were_m Starke Tuesday. :Mrs.' J. W. White, is reported to be STARKE FLA.J. No* written tribute i U neceunary. Such ,

Improving. would Ie t superfluous. It seems that

PERFECT HEALTH hose who have left us for the inviid-
,
*'. PHI. iw the ?__ i. .,?<.* Messrs. G. B. Colson, of Brooker, L. SIMMONS blind l the unseen were old people, Don't Miss This Chance
"Mr. lUnUc. tfc. ........ ud praduc*
A his father, J. G. Colson, of Lake City, PLUMBER AND ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR and well known among iw an. those

*. mni VIGOROUS. _. BODY and W. F. Ball, of Lakeland, paid our I who hltl characters with human virtues -
dr f_ .1... ke.d.ek.Tutt' .
office a pleasant visit Tuesday.Mr. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVENTelephone and Christian graces. -4

132-W I Some even lived for years under \ J F

and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh spent STARKE FLA. the regency of the angel of suffering,







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY
h SIX SEPTEMBER ,,
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beggars with beggars are things ton crop will be treated by the Florida -

With The Bradford that are becoming disassociated with method of weevil control. \V-e-

cotton production. vil experts f-om Alabama Louisiana

1 When scarcity of man labor is felt Georgia, South and North Carolinawere I' Wrecked.V. S, Destroyers on Rocks I
certain agricultural tendencies natur- hero this week studying the J

; Ilk'' Farmers ally develop. Where the lands are Florida method.PutnamFifty. .,
i1i, : fertile as in the days of the virgin "' .'.

soil, the individual found new landsor ... ..
percent more cow- \$1.Sfe 3karw
... :
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increased the under his ;:
FLORID'S TICK ERADICATION(( : may be taken of this insect's peculiar acreage peas have been planted and cut for I' .

rl LAW KXI'LANKD; BY Dlt. KNAI'P habit of coming down to the trunkof tare. But virgin soils are no longer hay this season than last year in the --... ::-
available and the of ; ,
expansion acreage ,
csSSS3fi5Sj2ag3
the
the tree, often quite sear potato area. Bean at Flora- ..,
\ molt. At these times theycollect is not possible since farmers gen- growers .' > v x ":'... < ."" "";r. ........ -"'. ...;;;:i
S Operation of Florida's tick eradication ground, to home are reporting good crops as ... ;:. .:.t,
.r
erally have been practicing extensive : A\: .
law, which Ur. K. A. Ramsey, the in large masses/ or colonies] on / well as good prices for them. -.,... ."........ ... ,--- r-, ....: .10"-" "I\\ "" .. ,.. < :
1 thief of tick eradication division of the trunk and remain in this posi- agriculture to the limit. ,wrwn:: "::;.... :!"..""'r.. .. <: ..-.-cJ.I.-r .., .. :_. : ...,...+ ,_' ;I .
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for To Overcome Labor Shortage ". 'M aM. '-"q '' ... A ",. .
motionless
nnimul tion almost many : .
I tho United States bureau of Bay-Assisted/ truckers in getting ,::::,.,--7 .. ...;., J>;.'jr '{ .i- w 5..
Therefore labor cotton ;;:
Washington D. C. declares hours. When these groups are observed shortage in of :..
husbandry, ? prices/ and co-operatively ordering ":' t. -\.t: : <: > '
to be exceedingly well written, the caterpillars are easily production can be met economicallyonly fertilizers. Satsuma trees in fine con- 1'"U.,. .....<.. ,.,. ..' ..::. ,; .. .1"- '.. .. .4
and shows that tho subject of eradicating brushed off into a pan of water and by increasing the acre yields./ dition and being ''r,"<<-o.: .:. ... ;;',:"..- ....... ,; -<'
preparations are 1 '
p cattlo ticks under Florida conditions kerosene. Other forces that produce crop yieldsare nade for large additional plantingsthis ",.:,...Y'. '''.'"'<"<....:-..!.' .'."'"'' _"; ,'"'7'r.1 .,. n _...

1i has, been given extensive and Both caterpillars enter. the ground now cheaper than labor. To make winter. Many cattlemen are pre- '" A<.:.-.<' -...r--Y. ....,.....' .

4r careful consideration, was explained when full grown and emerge in the the limited labor go farthest in paring to dip a few times before win- "A, '. ..... .,, ,.. '

J. V. state moths which lay the creating crop yields involves the lar- '
recently] by Dr. Knapp spring as eggs ter. ; .
y fC It veterinarian from which the caterpillars hatch. ger use/ of such producing forces as "- ,,.

t i Made Appropriation ;' These and many other pests of the good high yielding seed improved headway r+.,/-1'o't, _..}"__ ._ "
Polk-Farmers making
c are .
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:
machinery to more thoroughly cultivate r .
The legislative act providing for pecan. can be controlled by thoroughly in preparing their land for fall ",:/ "; c. .. .
the land and liberal fertilization -
more
the trees with lead
the tick eradication work in Florida spraying arsenate -
all of which would operate crops. Oranges and grapefruit are This: remarkable photograph shows four of the seven U. S. destroy.(
i set aside an appropriation of one-half 1 pound of the powder to 50 sizing up well. I IOsceolaBrightest frt smashing"' to pieces on I lie rocks off Poiut Honda.. Cal., where thy|
with minimum amount of labor to
of water. a II run aitrotind in a rOil In one of the mom unusual
of a mill of the state's taxes to carry gallons I II ratanrophles of the
increase the acre yields. Cotton pro- sou. Tweutthree; lives were 10llt-whlle more than seven
the work. This would amount I kusdrel
on duction in the future means makingone in guts and! otllcet-M were being saved through heroic efforts.
/ prospects
y. to $210,500, all of which may or may NEGRO;( MIGRATION AND COT-
I acre produce what two acres/ have of the I
history county in trucking-
the work BY
not be used/ depending upon TON FUTURE AS SEEN
: necessary to accomplish the elimina- I A PRACTICAL OBSERVER; been producing in the past. Studentsof strawberries peppers and eggplants [ First Arrivals from{ Ordered Martial
from Florida cuttle.Dr. cotton production place this within being planted and land prepared for Law
tion of the tick
easy range of possibility./ There- beans and cucumbers. Several deep Japanese Quake in Oklahoma
Knapp made no mention of the (By C. A. Whittle editorial manager I
fore, it is possible for the South to wells are being drilled and land tiled -
number of veterinarians necessary to soil improvement committee. Southern I
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} neither did he discuss meet the world's demand for cotton for irrigation! and drainage. ...-- .M"'..... -. '
work -
carry on the ; fertilizer association in Manufacturers i !:- \iJ".J.. "'" iU 'l
f ti with possibly half the man power t. =-,, ----.1 :
.
+ 4 the dutnil.s of clerical force nec Record) ...: "
heretofore bestowed in producing" an "Ii "". .
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n lie said: Alachua-A potato growers association *." 't.
Is essary. Cotton in the southern of and with I .... "" '
growing acre cotton that too, a I I""' A 1AAi1f"
/ the of was organized in LaCrosse on .i'
r1i1a ( According to provisions .
V .
: United States has been largely the greater profit to the farmer 1r. \ ..
I chapter 0201, nets of the legislature Monday; 14 charter members and alive ,'r'
'r I tho I i I work of negro labor. Now that negroes The greatest difficulty in (cotton contract.HamiltonThe :', ,.f.d' "
.% of 1923:!: the territory comprising year .. ... '.'
+ 111 i'' state of Florida Is divided Into sixteen are still migrating North in a growing in tho past ha been that every ... ;;..... .' .
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; :: Jf .
7 ( ,, steady. stream in answer to the In- ( e.
I i zones/ in which the work of tick cotton farmer was in sharp' com- first carload of hops ;: ..\ y. -.q. +
t s l h I eradication is to be taken up progressively dustrial demand what is going to be petition with cheap, very cheap, la- for the fall season was sold this week .... o. .....::- ." ,:....,.., .

starting in the counties the effect on cotton? bor. Today the labor competition is Farmers are holding cotton for bet- '-', ooRi. ;;-/ <.. ... q. e'1w'a
f ",zW ,
} I I h I If 21: to 30 cent cotton does not halt decreasing and there is .%\. "" '
greater
P Il and parts of counties comprising the premium ter prices. .
snaw
the movement North what w4U a r ...
,
r negro intelligence and skill in cotton '\
'Iff zones 2 and 13; also in the present on __ I J
,
t I. stop it? Evidently the price of cot. I production. There will be less "distress" \ 1.
ls and ow'S :_ "
; working areas/ of GIt< Walton] Our farmers : ... t
ton is not affecting the movement of are busy saving { :;
(( i that part of Duvul county lying north I / cotton dumped on the marketas

and west of the St. Johns river. I i the negro( to new fields of labor. The a consequence of the migration of a very large hay crop. Many arc :. "", ,..,,..... .-",v ...-..' .5
trifoliata .
planting seed relative to
'
i reasons are elsewhere. labor consequently there will .
Before systematic tick eradication negro .
S ti work can be started in zones Noa. 2 1 I The heavy toll of negro labor which be a more orderly marketing and a budding for satsuma groves. .::3 / y i

and 13 the dipping equipment will :''the Southeast especially has been more stable, if not better, average I '!1f .., ,,
.1 Duval A yield of 55 3-8 bushels of =/..l .
,
have to be completed. The time it paying to prosperous industrialism of prices. Indeed some believe that the .

.. will take to construct the required the North is boll weevil toll more thinning out of negro labor will corn was accurately measured from .. j 1 1GO
1 f than else the of boll one acre of high black-jack ridge land .-1'>' "e y,..""
"' number of vats in these areas varies, I II anything period markedly improve the marketing situation .. .
r ( depending on the number of vats and weevil demoralization having been in for the cotton farmer.It this week. This proved to be the I f Ir.''''_ t.A: .1

Ai' E'' I, the condition of the present/ equipment !I I evidence in that section during the is not without foundation fof ar- prize yield in the year's corn growing >. 'd'

( in the several counties; however I,I past' three years. In many instances/ gument to BUY that cotton productionhas contest. The advice of the county -I Mrs" Don Tlnllng wife of the hems\'. J. O. (Jack) Walton of Okla-
have been willing to agent was followed in every particular anent of lie Admiral Oriental Line who I placed his entire state
1 negroes stay on
it is estimated l that this preliminary been overmanned in the past. And ender martial law to
t phase. of tick eradication work j I' the farm but the farmer, hard, hit by some such feeling seems to be in evi- in growing it. !Most other con- :' lit'i' Yokohama Yvonne from grabbed:the cradle her in(laughti Yoko.. :: (| He also forbade suppress a MPf'Chl1al1t1 flogIIKH. -
the deflation, or alarmed unduly by testants were in the flatwoods:: and extraordinary session of the State
will not exceed a period of six months dence among cotton growers as revealed liiinm KM the first quake wax Colt
following/ the date upon which tho 'the weevil did not offer to finance by their lack of any great con- were drowned out. I i and tlwl to the SS. Prl'31'f'nfr!. IIIni.legislature He has which been would Impeach
i ..the to make another The ft-mnn In the l-uibar. They arrived severely criticized
funds! provided. for become available. I negro crop. cern about the negro exodus. nt Scj.ru*.ffpjm-mlK.T; 1:;. l by newspapers.SOUTHERN : .
I Tick eradication is a live stock sanitary consequence\ was that it was a case To Cure a C..hlln One Oa.v l I
.
development project carried on 'of following the labor agent or to RAPE IS A GOOD) WINTER: fake LAXATIVE PROMO' QUININE (Tnhloflo I
yr <( |> tho('outlll and Mrudnt'I ha and w..rko..r: r I
d in the various Southern states by and starve. CROP; SAVES PLANT FOOD) fnlii I h.W. CKOVE" slanuturo 011 each box. D'li.'

y with the co-operation of tho United But not all negroes who left the AND IS GOOD) FOR GRAZING

State bureau of animal Industry. I farm for industrial or public works ___u .____.__. __ .u_ ____ _._ no ____ __ .. __ ___ _

; 1 Tiik eradication in essentially a cooperative went North. Some found work at Rape will furnish excellent grazing '
j 1 ..{.(4 t
I the sawmills which have
new
) measure depending primarily sprungup from December till April if plantedat

I' *; on the co-uperntion of the cittt'o' in every community, and some the proper time and given sufficient -

owners of the state for its success. have to work on new road construc- chance. It is one of the best RAILWAY

The annual expenses and the total tion.The known grazing crops for hogs and
cost of tick eradication. in the state little sawmill came to the relief fills an important place among swine

t depends> upon the co-operation of the ,, of the hard-up cotton farmer, crops in Florida, as well as other SYSTEM
l who with the disastrous invasion of
cattle owners. In the sixteen years / states.

eradication has been in progress the boll weevil and l the deflation over- For best results the sued should be

I there is no instance to show that legislation ''wlminr him at one and the same sown about the last week in September

'4 alone has eliminated ticks time would have suffered a worse in that part of the state north of

from a /state or county. The law must disaster but for the new growth in Gainesville. Farther south the middle

Il bo firmly and judiciously enforced the wood lot that the sawmill had of October is about the best time to Keeping pace

and tho co-operntlon of the cuttle not invaded for several years. Tha plant it.Best .

owners obtained. timber that has been cut is shame- results with rape have been

I, fully small and the limit of the saw- obtained by planting in rows two or with the SouthThe

..i BURN !Sl'KAY OK llliOWN mill's operation 1 is> short, BO that there three feet apart-wide enough for its / fieal rv fir

a I I\ : WORMS I ON (PECAN ,TREES may be expected from tho local saw- cultivation. If the seed are broad ? first American locomotive to enter ac-
I mills a release of farm labor before a caster! cultivation by harrow is the
: : tual service was the "Best Friend" of 1830.
_ ii) 1. "r Certain fall insects of the pecan can great while. recommended method and it shouldbe +' Built in a New York foundry,shipped by seato

4 4 bo destroyed by burning, by dippingt Old men and children constitute the frequent, and shallow. a-- ,t_ ?' -'-w. 1 y Charleston it hauled the first passenger

: .I them into a bucket of, water and kerosene cotton labor supply, to a large extentin The Dwarf Essex variety is especially n al f' train on what is now the Southern Railway
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I or by spraying with lead arsenntp. the eastern cotton belt. It Is the recommended as it grows rap- y System.

I:, The full webworm and the pecan ;young men and young women who idly and stands grazing well. If it
= hundred of
Twenty-two locomotives some
.' or walnut defoliator come within lire venturing North. This means is planted lat in September, on a :
them fifty times as heavy as this famous
this! class.! fewer acres per man power.In well prepared seed bed top dressed -
I -C1 pioneer engine, and 70,000 cars, operating on
tho face of this
alarming departure

The this
damage to foliage with
pecan a high grade vegetable fertilizer l 8,300 miles of Southern Railway System
v season seems to be more serious than of labor from the cotton belt howis that is mixed well into the soil be- :--- -
lines are now doing the work that was begun -
i usual. These insects are always ner- it that there should be an increase fore planting it will give excellent S 1 by the "Best :Friend'I. ."
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: lous enough to demand prompt attention 'in I cotton acreage reported? The answer results. -S.-----

and readiness on tho part of the ia that the higher price of cotton Stock should not be turned on rape From the Ohio and the Potomac to the Gulf

grower to fight them warns Prof. J. I has led the farmer to sacrifice to before it gets a good start. Do not -. 1 / Il I; t from the Atlantic to the Mississippi the far-

t R. Watson, entomologist of the Florida King Cotton some of the acreage devoted pasture it too closely. It is well to \ ;' ) ;; I flung rails of the Southern reach across

:, i experiment station. i to other crops,' which is poor fence the field into a number of sec- i f { i 4 twelve states with 40,000,000 inhabitants.

There are two species of caterpillars business.' In addition the cotton farmer tions and pasture them alternately 'f .h 1'i The Southern serves the South-from the

now (September) abundant on has gone the limit and perhaps thus enabling each to recuperate after '} y + northern gateways at Washington Cincinnati -

pecan trees. The first/ species, the fall overreached in planting, his abilityto close grazing. -. ; y I and Louisville-and the western gate-

webworm, is a reddish brown hairy cultivate properly. Doubtless some Specialists of the Florida collegeof ways at St. Louis and Memphis -to the

III f worm. Its family lives in a sort of will follow the footsteps of others who agriculture are of the opinion that I b ocean ports of Norfolk,Charleston,Savannah

tent of silk spun over the leaves and last year planted on a gamble with rape does not receive the attention it \ Brunswick and Jacksonville-and the Gulf

twigs. Little danger will result to the boll weevil and when the weevil deserves from the farmers of this ports of Mobile and New Orleans.

the trees by burning out the webs if began to win abandoned the field and state. Besides providing green graz- \ 'at' Operated by men of the South, who have

i done with care. They may be pulled went to Detroit, Cleveland Toledo, ig for stock in winter-when such 5-' been bred in its traditions to understand its

_ !I. out by means of a hook on a long Chicago and other industrial centers grazing is often scarce--it utilizes tr Q rl problems and its needs the Southern keeps

pole. By this method practically] all to get jobs which they had no trou- plant food that becomes available It pace with the South. The investment in its

worms can be removed with the webs ble to find during the winter, thus keeping it r properties is now more than $710,000,000

The second caterpillar, the pecanor It would seem, therefore that some from washing or leaching away and S -; of which $285.000,000 has been expended in

walnut defoliator spins no web profound and fur-reaching influencesare saving it for future crops. 1;:I # f the past two decades.
1 but feeds on the foliage. Advantage at work in which cotton production -' r .
With the continued cooperation tithe people
I I Is involved. It seems obvious EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS (IF 1 --I
--V of the Sooth will be enabled to command -
Worms In Child we
No a Healthy J
r that the time Is approaching when COUNTY AGENTS __ r--
the for the
Altchllilrwa trmihlril" with Worms hnvo an uu- cotton will not be the product of the i: n. capital greater; transportation
healthy color which Imlieattfft pour bluotl./ anti a*a .; facilities that Southern development
( rule sawn. >. mara or I Iesa Mnmm'b Uinturbaiux, poorest paid labor in the United Ma.li/ion-lIave/ arranged a seriesof will inevitably demand.
(.KOVBSTASrFLEbSCHlU.: TONIC glvon rriiii. States. Abundant negro labor, illy
be followed
community meetings to -
larly for twoor thrw wn>k* way enrkh the bluol.
I improve the dliteittlun.and act an a a.Ot.r.ISI..uath clad poorly nourished inexpensivelyhoused up by a general meeting at the
rnlnit Tonic to the whole yalcm. Nnturn will thon content with a beggarly handto seat to stimulate
throw ctTrr dlitpel, the wnrmi.anil, tht ChtUI will t hi county ; purpose, itt
't In pcifmt' health. PleaMut .>..*tlor: iM-rbuula mouth existence, and competing as interest in farming. From all indica

tions 00 per cent of next year' cot.

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GENERAL INSURANCE HALL'S HOW'S CATARRH THIS MEDICINE? will I -.d Southern Railway System

e do what we claim tor it-rid your ayatem last year spent in the South
INMAN & RITCH
of Catarrh.Catarrh or Deafneaa caused by $20,000,000 more than it

FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE HALL'S CATARBil MEDICINE con- received from the South. J
alata of an Ointment which Quickly
licllevea the Inflammation and
catarrhal r
I ( Located ia building of E. A. Shrout Farm Agency. Office opea 14 the Internal Medicine, a Tonic which
Hoar Every Day. acts through the Blood on the MuoouSurfaces .
tnua assailing to restore nor-
l' mal conlalone.\ the SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
STARKE FLORIDA BoM by driiKicHta for over 40 Tear
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,i ill' KVOLITION; : OP THE severely alono by travelers until heavy -IJIIiQtJ/CV1tlwmc\uIIIClXlllDCJHDCIQI) m ISUVnW t forces being/ distributed nil I along] the: Totnl ___.. _.. ,_____.____.. lO.8a8.41 |, during mouth--------------. Kg
r. rains had smoothed the surface COFFINS & CASKETS 'I; line. II. E. L.SO'f1E M>biliUea ::' ::. :|faauvd 1 .I::::: "i'):K7
,\ Capital' tock' paid In _.... 19,000.00( r-- 8opu 1. 11133\ ..__________...-_ UII.VI
for the Telegraph) somewhat. t Surplus fund __ ..._. 1Sd.N4
tun And a Full Line of --- --- Si'pt.mber 1. 1922.
OP AI-PIICATION FOR T\X IIt"H 1 : Oltldvnris I"'hl- _.. 1SDU: : OF "'LOIII" i
/1-,70, n Bradford Later the roads were "worked" by Und IT taker* Supplte* UM: 'KIt 1i her should hove contract, then by the county convicts, GKM-KXL: : KTATUTrS: Suvlnn' ilpiKMlta '. _. 14.4<1t1. K --- ....._
'I Notice Ii hiriliuim Ihnt'1'.P. MuYrmnn of dopo lt 16,480.55I ( 11
went of the .
i l.ll' a short essay on a I but were still only good jokes. The AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1 i.AI..9. l-uirluiAur: of tnctiliflcuto: : ; Jo. 2J1. dntrithe :i iI rrlIflrd;\ :i" choke ----... 4110,00cn.hh'r's ,: !I the school funds"irfc'InlH ef" .Kraitfnrit Nod. .dnburvrmuu..5 Count,, far the

inobably' have rend j I' supervisors knew as much about roadwork [ .. on ".n". The bent wrK I ct'i: .lillinuill.Hi day of im;I .ih.:i.lTii'e. \ I I"and'i1l)1 i IIH him,rude Ilk-ii: cud up. hills piyaltle checks_ ouutandltiK..-_..... 4,7UU.li 000.nilIVlnl In month the brat nf Autiimt of knowledge\I''!.,. \it 'mi unit. and, correct. .
mr toilet
., this: j as they did about astronomy rirei at the lowritt prlc.'eL Special l with>li
d i ,is a route over I and the first big l rain undid tho work. attention to telegraph orA k-Minn. lU'xcnl" t I M ,IH rt\ Hitinitctl. In Until Stale of Plorliln. ,'nllnl)' of nrndford, M i |1--- ____ _Count r Su.i-rlnl/ :-naat.
Yet I' .... Ri-gUUtred Embalmer Cord County Flnri.lu.,. ta-wltl' I I. J. W. Ilu'tur( eaHhlor of the alioieiiHim'd -
from there
I i in- drew one was no complaint, for it Wwt Hnlf or ...lIhw"nrl..r/ nml NurthwiHt bunk do ..ol..nnl"Y..r. ihnt Ito I To Stop a Cough Quick! i iI
tjunitt-r of s"..Ih..t 1'1' ,-... ft, at. .. I IU
You can tell road 1: was believed there other Quarter '\ atntrnii I. true to the belt of i
a was no -- my I
way f I Ti... A. S. It. 22 Eut 120 ....... knowledge anj twlirf take 1I Yts':: HEALING HONEY. n
?, ".-i, the middle one is of doing; things and nnyonu who had DeWITT C. JONES 't'hintil himl 1..Ing nuinmH'il at. 'the dn.. J. W. \RBFR. couch: medicine which stops| tho rough! hyI

i I. ',1*, the side ones by suggested! calling in technical assis- STARKE FLA it.fJf.'Ur.RDf.ll.mlmCJDtIfmmamlvl of of the Metro.Imunnra Mftf.of Co such certlileaw In oho nuiuv ColreelAtti'HI It:. It. TIIEPR. Cashier. I huuhnit the inllamttii and irritated l llsse.A !. '

also tell it : tuance .. A. \. SMini.U ; lion of GROVK'S; l-rLN-TRATE,
.a \ uu can by would have been thought!: era1 Unl.* inlil Cfrtitlcnto. shall lie reihomfdacronllnir I
: ::; : '_". :;I; Ir .. 1C. Ill LI., Plrectora. SALVE
1 / to In. 'inx drat. will humthirvon fot; Chest Colds" lead Cohl i.nci
siik-K.. I The
on the zy. county commissioners were on i ho 211th\ day of Oetob ". A. D. 1923. Hulmerlbnl mill aworn tu before me this 20 Croup U enclosed with holtlo of \ ,

n, In the dark your ;I willing to grant any changes in the The modern road has an humble begirmin the wltnoM'Hl! dny my of tilTiclitl'$:titi-mlx-r alunuturo A, P and 1,"21O nest. this dny uf beptvlnber 111.3.JA3. T. MOOIIR.Notnry IIAVKS1 In:AI.tNG HONEY.) every The salve t

t t. and if you are public roads, as long as the petitioners ;. A man comes along! the W. A ,,"" RN.. Tiibtle.TNANCII. should" 1 IHI rubbed i on the chest and thru'it

Mler it by feeling the '' agreed to put the new roads "in road, stops at a bend looks this way (Seal) dork Bradford Circuit\ County.Court,Fla. I : I'IT.1'.I'' rriuNTT'-!SCHOOL.Hnlnnc of children uTorlni( | from a Cold or Crouix

with feet. Some j I good By C A. KNO 1I'r, FUN"II I Tho hraltnil r-ITi-rt o( H vc.' llrnllnit' Ilunry Inllilf -
traveling condition without
your expense and that "nuikes note it" in ,
? a on u P-g -ni.0.2g' Ihi-thraiil ramhlnml I wilh the heeling. raw-of
Clerk
road be i to the Doiiuly I, Comb nupi>rlntrut. ,nra "".....,., atslimnrtI l.nivo n OIVn-lraKi halve Ihr".. h the' nl
oughter which interpreted piiro.
.1 i i county; was book, then leaves tho roads! and KOPSacross I I..r runty m'hool fund for. 1M month of uu' skin Bleu mops n ciniilh.1UH .;
it be. You have to to that live rattle :o.lTUOF; AI'PI \TION FOR TA'01.:0: \nituiit 1920.I .
mean h
m no tho woods or fields. The little MIKIt; : HH1IDN 17% IIP 11IK.: I rt-innlli-D are I'n'h..lln one rartna and thaitmt
ttrnrtsl'
heat spots, and 1 where snakes should be Knowingly left tow-haired children come out and, .KNKH\I. : : STATUTES, 'I Ainr. 1. IHJ1( School__ ___Rand_ 1 U'lllTlItoeiMpta uf Ibo fullllimvd trvumuilit' la d5c. :l
and aim for there. Thus the old roads Nolle I. hiT<.l>y given that W. T. Wrrkii.purchnKor ilurintr, month' ..IfiHT- u.1Wnriintii NFALIN/ask your druggist for HAYES' ,A'
v stumps, we see laugh at him. Later on a man comes of .tnrirllllrnln N.. 2IA. clntvdtht lnMiti'd ____-_____ .___11111 iillnlunce ', tlONI.Y.
of the cricks and low angling around cowpens and pushed along with n queer-lookim! "thing"on 4th day of July, A. I). 1021. hM met Sept. 1 I. 1028.,. __--------I 1841I JJ 1'.
enid cortlllcjito'\ In ofTlcr and him mad Illtr1r N.. I
I my anlillilltion ,
I into muddy ponds in order to save a his shoulder. He sets it down on for tn\ il<...d. ,to I.....< \In ncrcirdnncawith |I nil In'.... Au.... 1. 1It2:1 l / : __. 03 nilttiKvlpta The "New J.. '
nk 1S90-1900! !) was the j' little land for somebody. I".... Sniil' nrtfflcnto rmhmcn the fotInwinir dnrlnir. month' .._.____..____ 120Vtnrrantu Age. .
: its three legs and looks through: ilpNCrilinl "property. tttlnntiMl In Hrail-' IIIHUIM! -,_ ...__,____n_.____ 1..01 Fund PnpuVill.. son nhaf did! "'-
|f ; ?"potty peanut politician. ]| Hut at last came the day when the "somelhintr. The kids come out and ford Nine County A of \V I'loriiln null of,,,-NorthWiiit,,,11': Ouarlrr' of Killam'O rViit. I. lllS _No.- ._ _.2 7(1( .IIIINMHel foil li-iiru In HI-IIOI\ 1 toil-iy?" Ron-".\ w. .rant

n I' ably a wide-brimmed true definition was given to the road. want their pictures taken. The man's Ronthwmt ijiiai-for rx N I A for church Si*. Halnnce A..... I. 1'li.M ._ 20.7HIdwlDta / iinu-li. ilncl.Vi, > huilihi coii'ilo: of '

I !' "i allow satchel was ;!! The "committee" appointed by thegenerous helpers measure the ground with a 17 Tim. 'I'i'.mild A', S.Innd I!.) J2 brine KiiKt.nHHrftMnl S acres ni tlu> ditto ,' dnrlnir II.MUII.! month ___.________._ 88 nilHlilancv .17Wnrrnnta two fi'i-liTs in history. u three reel ..

hnulder. The satchel : county commissioners and stud tape, stakes are set and they KOnwny. ; of the lnHiinnro ..f .such eortiflcaU In the namo Si'lit' I. 1 III-_1 ..__ _.. 4|>.2I' trn\.I.r. III ge"1rnpilyl: and. a 1'lt: ::1'' !
of Kollx
Cnddwlne.Unlearn
I "ntiiin a bottle of I i ii the negro with the club axe were sucI Later another man comps Hnid CiTtiflrntA, shall ho rvdromeilacrorilinir A"II''. I.IMifrirt 1 l'U3'! _Nn. .1Halanfo ._ r.1111ltiri reel inn, 1.1. r t.t red l.1 rinUMcti\ 1111 !J .

i a petition and 30 :I I cceded by the engineer. Twenty along with another of those "queer to Inw tax tire.. will lnnn therein on I hi. 2IUh' day nr Ortnlu-r., A. P.
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lamed ___ !I lH'i' .InOividrnft !bat> (lit-y ilnu i iWhlow I u uo ;4
These politicians were left'I years ago it would have been asked things." He sets it down and looks Wellness my oirii-lal signature and, soul this ,, Si'pt.\ I. I'ISl 4.1.2SPUtrict 4.
Ihv'Itli tiny of :-;"r. 'i.-rnhiT. A. T>. 1021. !
d' '"" :ate of better roads. I IH what any surveyors knew about roads at: a roil, full of figures, that anotherman O: W.: ALPICUM\N, i I Malanro A..". I. 1''>J1 __No..._4 ._ 114.01 I .* -

.( 'u. office their i more than anybody else, and that it holds He is no good at taking (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. '' Itoontpta dnrlnir monthiiiTiinln ....__........ soru': op APPLICATION ron T\X GEED: ...I.
up. Bradford County Fin.Py \\ iKHlliil' ...._.._... fl.nfl L.VUKU HKCTION K7IV OK TllK.: .
(map'-Qnl' them to make their I was no necessity to squint through pictures neither, and the kids become n-gn-m-in.gn C. A. KNIGHT HnlnncB; Sent. 1. i: ,!-i-----_ 187:d'JPl.trift i .KNKHAL MrATUILS'' .
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I"d. by "causewaying" low any of them crazy-looking; machines I distrusted. He looks at the numbers Pi-puty CI.rk.i I i N*. I Nodes' 'U hfrabr .KM'n Hint' H. K. Knlulit .. .'
e I Halanro A..". 1. 1112th! -. .__ 3IM,*' lnirclmi' of bas arrtlllnili-. ihilvil the }I
e' mil putting in an occa I I when a road could be lined by sight on the stakes, "makes a note onit" >ort of HANK tho: condition STATEMENT of tho flank ofStarkq I I Inpt Krcfiptii' durinir month. ____.._._.____ 8.IIHWarranla i II h iluy.. of July. A. I). I ln.'l.> ,1011 Inn II led said,
___ ______
Issued ._..
rule! The bridges were all r )i jin j' ing along an axe handle. But the I and RODS; away. These are the the' clone nt of Starkp,uuHliiroii In flirt'the .ntnlo 14' 1023.RAfoureM of .Florida. at HnlnneiSipt.. I. 1'121' : -h lOll I 1.\10.\03Dlitrict .iTllllcmo fur In tax my dev oTi(l .to and I.....him In mmhi aciMinlnnrewith annlUftiillun -1.fj' '

when the water was j Ford car has allowed so many to see transit and the leveler who lit. !IA N.. fKalnnro law Bald. oartlflcaUi rinlniirva lee fullrvhlm ),
x" j man .__ __ ,.
I IIC Auir.. 1. lti.i.1!' __ _______ 010.Tlt ilmrrlbnl In Brail
: the couldn't be found. o otusewaying I the superiority of a good road over a erally take pictures of the route the I 1I..Rn.\ and_ illncimiiw_ _.__d-__.________________ .7H1IUO.MOxi'rdrnCtii .>et>iitM| daring month _-.__u__.___ ftl.09 I ford: c.iuiily..: Kloriila iiroporty.i to- ItltU.,1:I e / :
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1'nitod. Slatra' Ili.nd _____ Warranta ISIUIH! 6 J.94Halnnce N Ul( A off Nnrthwi-Nt ( iniili'r uf South
all until till the who II.MII.OII(
was right poor one engineers are has
chief u .
first comer the engineer Sept.. I. 11121\ .4Hnimrlrt '
211 ...
Stale' county, municipal hondtt__ __ 21.00000 wiot CJimrli-i. S :1. 1'p. 7, 5 K 22 I K.. !I5Hfrpa
170rhn"Kb(' an to root among; I "codifying" Bradford county's road 'picked out as n tentative location. In Ranking hounc. furnituro. lI.t......._ 9.IR7'1I1' ls.. TDnlnnro Ilit Hnid laitil' hnltiii\ .....,HKIM! nt the
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Other' real relate .. ____.___ ((10.no Auir. 1, 1H2H 22H ',1'" into of tlio )IHHIIIIIIIInf suet) rltlliatu; 'in
iiv and! poles in search of wood system are looked on as friends not the office the right-and-left lines arc hi..0 from Inrorporntiil I bunks u .___287,"_7 ?0 111,1.| | durinir month,._ _._._. 4 4HVtarmiiUt the nninu r.11 HiMiry MitoliHI' i; Si

km',' 1I\1'.ers; Then they could I enemies. And considering the sparce platted according to the field notes. (Claims"....h Items and otlii_ n-nourcva_ -- ______n_u_______._ 689.71)6'26.01( : Sfpt.lionind 1 1. 1(Z-* ______.__._________ 22B 2..fll IrtIliilnnce ItnliniH to. law certlflrele.hell'lee d.e
e 'si-el. An occasional muck population of our county and its The np-and-down notes furnished by Cash on hnnd! __.nh____.____ 8.1411.01" 01,1 rtd N.. 8Ilnlnnro oil the Htl ilny of ...''..h"r. A. L J, IU. ... t
Aim 1. IMM\ -2 Ill Wit n.'.. nip ottielnl, alvnature sad atal thla {
'rust n pond did well enough moderate wealth we doubt if any oth- the leveler are made into a "profie" Total __ __ ._n_ ___. ..- .18MnSIIIUre liiwelptii during. month .............. 18.41NViirriinUi tho 61 h ilny uf Hi-plt'mlx-r. A. II. I I"U'I.I .
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IKNUIMI -, -... 10$ U. %Y. Al.r>EKM\N.
|hf muck got dry and caught I] er county in the state has been so where heights and drops are exaggerated Cnpital stock' paid in ._____.____ 18.000.00 llalnncv Si'pl. I, 11121:' .___________.._. 74 HIPl.lrtrt Clerk Circuit I'lturt. 1\\

mi) burned up. I I IFrum progressive in the way of road im from ten to twenty times, to ..___ -____..u__ .000.110 .. N. IConnollilnlcil lly O A. KNIlilll':: .
Unlividrd with N. IHDUIrtM
It-7- l-IIl-Il.
IVputy Ch-rk. ,
1000 to 1910 a little provement. Our people bonded themselves make this feature conspicuous! enoughto taxni rill'11 profile: (lees pxiicniuHi I _and 6,027 tilIndividual '>: I N. 10 ?
I .. nuance Auir.. 1. 1IUH ____.____ .. IA1 H2 MAHTKIfH.: HAI.K.: ,
nd stumping was done along for over half a million dollars di i make calculations by, as to cutting mere I
lpu' durinir iiiiinth Prt
ilrpiwlu __ n ___ u_ Ill].1122.7(1( B Nulli'it 'la hereby, given tint unili-r. end, .liyvlrttio i
"jnu" The engineering work II for this purpose-and have'not regretted filling and bridging; and the llmu ccTtillcnti-B, of di'ponlt _______ 1.U274/ Warrants l issued. -._.._... ft/ Hillalnnce uf thnt oi-rtitln' fliuil. ilrrrmi of fur*.
ri-rtll1i cheeks ._____..________ IftHOO Sout. 1 lll.'l:! _- __._ 104.77 rllMiirv'' nmilo' sad ri'niltrtnl III the 27th tiny. t .
(I n the boss man driving a it. The unprogressiveness of amount of cubic yards to be handled Cnnhic-r'9 check oiitMtitnilinir _____. inOHa District No. II ..t Auuuiit.. .\. I II. IIU.I.: hy "Ilimurnhle A. V.
I Itnl" ,,' Auir. 1, JUJ.1 ._____.__ SJI! t
'II IIherlpls |
'th beginning of ditch and former generations but which was I Imitt. jnilico iif the circuit) court. In anil far
)I' a by the contractors. If the route is
_.. I IVinrrntitn
durinir month
Total _._ __ _421I.61K ftft NI I I llrmiriiril .Miirulii.. In thnt
cniintv. ci-rtain"
l Ih'l i ut the end. A negro mostly caused by ignorance in the ] found satisfactory all right; ; if not, Slnto of Unrldn- county-' of Bradford. ..above-I Imiili-d .._________._________ III.Hit ,, nil.MIwhirpln, I.. (), Pxwll \Ii comptnlnnnt.anil 4
I .. llnllliicu Nrpl| I 1. IIU1\( ,14'".7H
tin C (
I. White cnnhicr of Ihs : T J. MIHIIIami" OllltMuoro.. Ids wlfmHrii )
\\t I' IM Was then put to work ; I matter, has been royally redeemed by some of the lineR must be re-run. The named hunk ilo solemnly swab that Ilianlmv l.lrto4 N. 12 frliiliiiilH, tin. uitiK'nthini will olft-F ru.M..I. .

. This was done by chopping; I I'T' j jxmmtely the present. final profile enables the engineer to knowledge<. 'nh'mN"' and belle I. trim to the .beet. of my, Ililliinm, ( Auu ilurinir I I. mimth IIUI: .-_ .. 3rt7 2n4AUiirrnnlji nHItrci'lptn hint.* and hl.l.h'r.will In,well foot for cniih of tho to oiMirlhoimo the' hlulit-at door end I

line The roads of the Imninl ..._____________ llrt 111llnliiliei t
straight; i principal countyare determine tho grade;: at different CEO. C WIIITK. I In Htnrki. /llrnilfonl .11"''', Ploriiln on Muniluy I I
| .r..1Alt.(It'd, : Ciudilur.K > Si-lit" I I. 71121 BOO.HIIDUIrlrt the Unit tiny nf Ortohrn A, I II 1112,1: tlur.Inir y
r nk by sighting; to the being straightened! rebuilt according points, the cuts and the fills. A grade ='1 MMTHEW9. ; N. 19Ilalanre I Ihn Irical hniira of ...h.. for the pure'.. I I.
II .il I'hc ronds were "worked" to all the rules of the art and A. M I\HIIY, !, Ain. I. lllil 301 ,71 I of anllNfyinir dud llnal ilicn. tho follnwinirili
will be
that It
light scarcely noticed -
I so J. ANDUKWM.. Plenum.Soh.edled lteeelpls flurinv month _._........ A 18WnrrunlB ..,.. "' real ontnlu In llrnilfonl county. tR
1' i opus and laborers who to the full extent that the material by a man traveling in a buggy anil Huorn to .bpforo mo thin 20 l.ain I I. IIII __.____ ( ,
day of Sttcm.r.' \12:1.\ : I B.'lit. -- 2118 1111 FM !
I,, horses" or vehicles, but jh' j jv at hand will allow. The county's por- becomes, of much moment to the fast C. A. FUTCIf Dl.trlct N. 14Pnlnnra I, Nurthriwt Quarter. tif tho MiiiithoMMt,
Aiuf. 1 1. 1IU.I __._ lfl 0Id i (Inurlvr' (or Ihu! ICiu.t /Half nf, !Lot Tint I .1) I' r
nevertheless compelled to I Id ] tion of the great national highwayhas traveling; auto, and as the road!: will -- Notary--T I'ul.lia.. n iplH dnrlnir I : ,;I.h.-. -. 7 tvo : nf )Hiftliin 'I ;Itli, ly-MlK (lill.: : Tnwnnhlii 1 ; : .Five 57): j 0/ ?

1 work on the ronds for been finished for nearly one-half hereafter be permanent' the engineers HANK STATEMENTttoport Warrants' luminil, -._ 8.111Bul".H.I.1 \ 101( Holith..I ,ItiuiKii. Twrnty-utit 't'ilt..... hunt.; eon.tnlninii '
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Forty lt
of toe cumlllltm of tho I.nwUy State I I. I ll"l( .-_ 17207 acre mum or !
iiir' the year. After a of its length, all but the paving, and take pains to do it right while Hank, tit I I.ewt'y, ,in I In- Into' nf llorlilu.' at District N,. ISllnlHnro A. 7.. ADKIN4. ,'fl

I'' n thus "worked," I it was WOl'I is going on on tho other half. they are at it. I the clime of buHini1 Resources Bci>,t"'mbur 14, 1028, 'IptM A.dnrlnir.... I. mnnlh HIM: _-..-. -_ _- 1 lnlr.ilItivi 1 11 1 niWnrrnnla ") A. A. CIIKWS.Slli.ir: Hparlnl, Mimti'r. In (;han..-. r. t' rh

I Loans on real .*,tnt,.. _._.. 20,0 00.-II lnHilrd -........-. 801llnliinrii |! fur Cunudnlnnn5.91.9tA-25
The road, engineer always has! more _______ ___ .
I Loan on collateral] security other. Wept I. 1928. -_ 200. /IIllUlrirl --- ------ ----- -
or less problems to solve-so many limn roil alma ___ nn_ 4.BHH.4H N... II o rut's: to DI-limits/ AM" t'NEtI rONN 4 .,
'.' All nilirr loans and. ilUcountrt 2IJH'| HI HnlnnriAuir. '. ,1. III2I! .... 117.1 \ll iimoti Inilrlili'il. to (hiititiito uf i'ora ( 4rw.
things have to he reconciled. :=; IvrrIrnfta __ n____________ RI7.7S K.T.'h.ln during month .............. H.17Wniumla 'r..II'rl. II.illnw.lv Into of llrHilCor.l county, ,
considerable 0111'--1 t'nftcd Static hondo __.__ ___ ._ 10.71)000) Roust S.3":! I'l.irliln., ihTi.n.i.il, will |pay ,,,,'h) ill.hla fort.
times they are of l SlatIcounty' und muntclpnl bomlrt'ti5..H: |( : llnliinrii H"I> >t. I I. 1125--------------- 12 .01 .wilh) not nil ,persons, ha\loir, I, plnlnta aualnrt A
nitude. !Such'! a problem was Honking. house furnlturo. nxluivnP.nTs.HI' : HUIrirl Ne. 17 malt. talnli-' '" 'inn-l.. .
t' @' @: 7,, Other roil i-titntci __._-. -_ -- __. 400.14 Hnlnlir A"". I. 11UI _____.__ 11(11Kicflpl ( cam il I with elm linili-nthrunl. ailinlnliitraturwilhln
i determining the length of the bridge j from iiicnriHtrnli'tl .hanks -_- '14n 1111I5:\ durinir. month ______________ 1041 tun yinrit from AuuiMt, U, 1U23 fir
I riiiiii and other resource _n'__ 245.49 Win,.rants. lnHiii-d. -._ __-.- t.8SKiilntin. heY will ho fiirti ImrrfilHOYII .. r
across Alligator swamp, just south ('..h ilium, __ ________ .____ 01111.91 Siul. I IIMI -- 21(11:' ( W. IIOI.IOWAY. i
( of Starke. The Alligator has been Call on hand .- 2.11017.\111\ District N. IIHnlnncc Ailmlnliilrnliir' ICnlultCorn: Tiillmrt llolloway .
I I Au". 1. l'Ji.\ ____. I((19.HI d.,."......I. Mlt-10-lt
,I canalized from and! east of the railway .

( ENROLLS ;,. trestle i is the storm sewer of a ,--

I! largo territory and after heavy ruins .. ':' '.(
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F FII RICHARD LLOtfD JONlSWatch !
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f carries almost as much water as New (

,; ,.. River at Long: Bridge. West of tho SAYS .W-; '+- 1F'il.! r-. ;
__ tit
b-- trestle it spreads over a wide swamp :

:: and pounds up against: road" built the Weight You Carry 1ts./ : k. !! I

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3 across it, and may sweep away such J q

structures in a few hours. The en- Ate It use. .,. /tint, .."',r..ro-/ 'I I
f>MlirA/ "lltlftul IhnlM" in fftij /t'trm '"imlnf
whether build liiuilt\ unil Junk mith tun ,creak. III'I".IIIIJIOIIIIII'| to It U '
gineer had to decide to |in>un-HM. IIMlinpiiiiiiiil rntr.rols) tit tuueinl vim cur i ucotitmn '
a long costly bridge across the swampor '' In ,kiiiiw 'limv In KIM ,rid. nf tliliiKH ut tu get thlnK.') In run unj pott it itt your wctpt boo 1x1 g
Mm. ii cure" InIIIIH. ( In- inlviiniHKi'' who i-nrrli-x tin- leaSt Imul.' Wo n<'('UIUII'11I1l'
to continue the canal from the !Mugs thai \v think nor ejNi'iitlal to our m'11renh'1114| + unil nnfort. Squeezing F..uit-II. one will warm A

by I trestle west for Home distance. Such ono; HI linil' In till nunn "r tiniH llntt they <-'niiiiiilnr.vUlriiltiirlNiii '' '' lemon before miueesinu it, u!>ol It.t

a canal is also a costly undertaking, > tfll! UN llmt ll helps riitln-r, halo luirniK' n tree to MTII twice a. much juica. will bn hitiJ.
Hlniiiilli; root up and reilunt| It In IUiiil;> ;> curs Tim runts IMILIMIIUlialnil .
but by making it of ample width, a In ....111..1.11'1111'' 4'oiirviiti'Hlloii In Uu llr.l i-XMi-ntlHl .
Why time longing for the : atop. li> all(:- "'
'aste any more bridge 100 feet long would be sufficient f1.n".IN..v.r rul aonp. on n.innflii ,. 4
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", t-i'SH Ho who pleasures you can get out!: of a Ford Car? Ii and the engineers! and bond ... ---it will brink then. Jnttftnii.wanhj .

Start now to make the Touring Car or any ;'g trustees decided on the latter. 'Tin: ,,, (rnitull| who |"-rliiilH the hull of hU ship ti,> .IKIXIIIIIhnrnailn. lust them in a snap jelly and use
even gently. Do not iron \t ,
(- ...h',1, limy. olilrr just IIM Ill urlt. IMIWIT III hlM BIlKllll ruiilil UM tiltMllll>
other type you may select, your own. ,I'I' Grubbing the 'Gator whose" 111111 IM far lard. ill-tin 'but, ho IIM-M.|, nut muke IIM inilrh .Mlit'iil.In '. .1.I -cor with. very S e hot. iron ?
I The route for the state road south I -<|.iulr Is Hit reward| of every attempt to curry I'm Iniivy' a |load. ,

Soon will have it drive anywhere : bound from Starke follows Walnut Tiltiiiauty of life IM fun ml not 'In nbnriilaiiii' of thlnuH wi ,IHMIMI-HN. tint Stein on Zinc-Vin"R* will remove
you to In tin- worth of thing we bold to-tht worth they" ; rtrfMtnt| to us In ",..in. from theme tope ol
"1 you want logo-camping-visiting-picnicking : street, crosses the Peggy road then our IMntf.i' kitchen' tnblee. )
across A. A. Johns' field, then across l' are tin/lie, to K<> through life with mi iiiiixiiiMrlniiN Hifuiiiuliillnti, a e

'.1 -or to your work. :1: Alligator: swamp. The right of way of ImriiHcleH. "dragging worlhltnM, wulKht through the waters wi* HhiniMIK washing Window. A hula

for the road has been cleared and that filler to traverse with sped. that we limy kuow thi- world anti ,hat, starch put in the clear worm water. ,

Under the terms of the Ford Weekly Pur.. ; for the canal nearly! so. The latter of line In It. with whuK you wash wmilowa will
The will determines' our pronrt-iw. ; tr(', I"IJ' and slavery urn I Ixith :nrixof make& .lim) clearer \'& hrn dry. rue "
,.; chase Plan you can enroll for as little as $5. ti I' right; of way is 100 feet wide, and tlu will. HiN here who llrmt atrlMMtil of tin liaruiK'tt-n' of Inurtla ; and polmh with a cloth. t
must be prepared for the plow an.I'' ht IM n shire who falls Into that which its woiiM avoid. e
Wise ecru get rid of 111I I liuio| <'llrn I (>nUi., 11m thmiulitlcnH. end) the foolish
We will deposit your payments in a local i scraper by pulling; all the stump and pcnil" l much Korxl energy in noiulrlnK, thloict they noon wish they wi-rw Note 81....... Tlieri. ana imiN Y

bank at interest. You can add a little every digging/ ; all the palmettos. The implement rid. 01.TllHt. way i'f dropping IIOHH loI".lft. "bat {

the interest used is Monarch: stump which In J true of things IM also true nt tlionxhtM. Yon III...*> ono nt Mm" laiiNl rummon and i'ITi'Cllvi" w
week. Soon the payments plus I IH I hi... lent I ii roll or piiuriiinlcr |
machine which Is simple and rutht-r than um your years when you carry around a lead nt nnilnntprlnHpl 11
will make the car yours. ::1 I very ..n which Uirouitli the wear of time, hate team worn to DIPT tin piT Il[>-between HUT, ryr
inexpensive but arranged/ so that the pn-jii'lln-M. It IH only' (lit- ,,... wind Ilku the fret, hull that can hope Ilp| mill gum If (MM fulls iii'i'l.v/ cold

principles", of the lever and the pulleycan to k "'ii l You will be surprised how little time it {., work to perfection. W. E. Bryant 92i by Richard Joel Jones clnih wrung out" !In mill tvuter U ywsi $.

really takes to get a Ford after you make the tins charge of this work under S. K. grexl. a. k j

start. Don't put it off-Enroll today. Come (I,I I Johns & Co., the contractors. Mostof Cut Flowers tnny b. kept a long

in and let us give you full particulars. the trees are pulled up stump and while,' if n piece of irrenn camphor if 'SI

all, then cut into pieces and snaked put In the vain of wiiter. ,.
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1 out. Sometimes a firmly rooted treeis fy

L: cut clean through by the cable, the jJ@@l IJ pe-! teeing may b prevented from '-l 4

A .1. top dropping to the ground but the \rJ: d! -I IT bunted running with if ,the corn cake itnrch.i 10 nnt lirfhlly 414 ( ,

stump refusing to budjre.: Trees 20 8 .

Inches in diameter at the butt are Fir.. If by climiKi. your rlofhwitiHvt / ,

ANDREWS & WAINWRIGIIT sometimes pulled up, n pair of mules :,i" leaf It r, "npvlee." to f'rJ'h e95NhiI '''III; ht lire ri-iiii-iilii ni-ii-i,' to
I 10, ., /iami llu- ,u'to,,, -1"11 ...I' I.lye'/ 1 I. In run IK Unit will run I lie Ilium and\ 115
+ .4'. hitched to the
Authorized Dealers n sweep furnishing :,.I, :, ; nit i 1//hirt, .IM.it. 11.\. .r1 .rll".r'JI' n. t't e "ll fiiukt-( their wurm. 1.10.! ilown mi the
ciJ >ower. 10l clad( .Ilia '.'< HI nut all .s' e ,1ll'd )"
FORDSON ::1. Jlimr ,
> LINCOLN: FORD 'r 1I ... nnd l roll up" in I tK-IHly. i |1"in".- ;
t.SfeJt&t- :4 This new canal! has been advocatedby (In., i Her! llninulit, II" .Ihr. VIII. \.01, '. .C'Ibgkjtvaer1JC; Incliiililnic +.
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STARKE. FLORIDA F.'e. : i w. or ...lIwrtI'.r.' s 1.,1.' lI" 11. ', I 11,4,
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the Telegraph frequently. It is SiS 'Imivlnir the liPinl mil. If J
I ho Mft: 'la their lifUn'H Ilki hrtv'v'at 1J" tiltt.or
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iiolMiiit iitiillnt Ii- Midown/ on the
for the of road
norp stability
ary a .
ourRill' 1t. .
;f'.i'i : \ roilliiK nvi-r lnulv/ and ill thnMIIIIII Ir ,
( y* yI, Across the swamp and it will relieve r vl I ht you tro'lM how tno u man who wwyy "* tiara hfutlnit the llnmm with _

MS the waters east of the trestle after \ IIM.| hy Irjlu' to Iflli-vf nil Ihf I"",. fee till ad... s i '-r

heavy rains, for the water will havea wit 'I i he r111.'1.1 or. fled HIP n ray, .
W rtI'!i a to the Htiltthat'M' ah.n sI G- !:
chance to run off before it can be n nl'linii I tin'rap nt JIOI"...... l. Hut vtt- \. flaii.-.-'f the soda of the hour/ fl.roMr + AAA
"" >|,,'il, ti llli n cliiMirx. unra every A
pounded up. If this canal be made a mi the, fi-IIt-r that. Htanilln, HI.It.| .

quarter of a mile l long, it will in that own'w.,itli, n four<)' ilt'iH-mlaMc mind or Ids "'.",'. (, .:.:..-- j threw growth or four..f the iniiuiliH hair. noil It will irvvebtIU h"lithe > ,y

distance have a fall of about three \! H I1tt111". -4ll.
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I ...'.,,'t help adt''lIlrt,,' flint "ji'iHwf1: nf I ry '
7r'N feet.The t1l"Ih55 >iM tints ciminuler, tlinl'i! work on the road south of .In I I. I \\'u1f; thus iiln't IIwhlr.'iu'S S' ll11 11J'' Rniifh rUn.lt -If .Volir Illinil hllTIciiiino U ,
Starke is going right ahead, working will eery wll.l ", 'h.) .",,*. anti) ,Anti pl'i III"fi ,II r''iili: or liiiplH'! try title
N t''DI', ti.. w\I.\ rld.l.| | .1( In mil. If we I 1 :' :(;, \ _, fur n i HMwK, Three) o'liiccn whlti 4"

The Quinine Tin Dot. !riot' Affect It' IVilBxram :. n, i ,'.. I'.f' liiilinl.i lye uliut Inurhli. / ., i, /fslj''''/ t4. ....: w 1 I",iivinci.nr, '111 rte >niniilimnii' '

nf Its fnolr and ''u.>!v., .,...... i. ?<1\. ,Iherlwere', thii/" HH hUll li,' t :I' ..' i ,it- b'M:I .. ,,01. 'ml M 1 iff n I'lnt i of uliriI ( .
TI\ : HROMO OL1MVK: (I.n ....) ran bf tin Ml 1r" IY"4'! ,'!''IJ Md s--4 I 5" to : Ii I i"n."iv I liii-; -i I IIIIIK. i II -i, :
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BRADFORD TELEGRAPH FLORIDA P i. C C
'I. I COUNTY STARKE. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER

'. PACK EIGHT .. ------- -- .. ,. ,K. ,?i2li
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\ -- --- Oft'I.--:: fUel Ith-thin t-b and the hereby Dado Memorial Park and the said commUssigners I -' -
wide and hcavil; .I same are ; Quinine >
The door are ot ,
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Hoo. 8. That each of aaid official shall! repealed.Sec. shall have the full control of the said .
framed. A larger compartment at render to the board of county ooramiaaiunur .. 8. This met shall take effect on tU pas cork with the right to erect such building or I!I top t.
+ : for at the expiratlun of each quarterly period at- BUR and approval by the governor.Approved buildings therein as they may think m the rear gives increased r oori I| tar the operation of thia act. a worn state Juno 7, 1928. to provide: for the planting of the .1.nnU cm.I .
rENT-A-WORD luggage and tho type rear fender ii! i monk ahowlnii in dotiu tho uxptfnaea of aucIOlTjctt. I urn! ornamental plants and making I h'r I 10' tutu head. t n i ,
provcmunui in the said park aa they ,
th. fc.., commiMHlona, and i mtlnrit's col ( 17 ). --
more secure. Ventilator in the cowl I ., and the ..nm. and net Incomu theroc AN (HAITE.O. : drain "'rnme. and employ such labor as may betteeeusery BANK -- -

; and a visor over the windshield J add 1,I which minutoa saId of report the mwtinft ahall of be aaid recorded; board In: and the I i I ewe drainage tax certificate commlMifononi.hold the vald.\.o.1I board I comm.HHinnttrfe oi I, for To provide this purpose.for the erection of such Ui-imrl of the .onel 8TAT,, i' '

to the ul'PcarancerfccUn:; a high h. at all tlmea a record for public xaminitlon. of Evw1adii clrainaKto distrIct 1 11'\I1In.. in the park as thu commission may ounty Hunk nt in I u I, >*
Ida. at
i e ana for the improvement and the close of busier
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And should aaid board uxamindtion N t '.
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upon I"
and internal
i I the t route** of the improvement 1 I '
care of the park the sum of $5,000 is hereby
quality aspect. thuruof bw antlatied that such offlelal -
any fund fur th non-payment of dramatic tax .
tui'tittrlnted. The comptroller is authorized All antI dUcuunlHi
---- t I.an.
--- duos nut, in tho conduct of hia said of- I
In where the taxes have boeiprovlotirtly
Interior arrangement in most con with tho and intent of except cane and directed to issue the state's warrant uponthe 1 i Overdrafts _"- _s
plants :\li.I .- Hco comply purpoaua paid or where lands against I which
1) SALE-Mrllwb'rry U. 8. bund .
FOR requisition of the Da".n..rlll ._ jSlnle.
) thin it HimII bo (hut duty of aiiid board or .a.ury upon h
I is choice. net. I ouch tax .. accrued were I .
Hionnry und Klondykt, any quantity. I vcnient and the upholstry county eommtiwionvr to send a copy of ...101rUI'Ol't not drln."o to .rtlft.a. commission fur such amounts within county. munlci|..) to,," i, '
a..bJ.t txton. this .. be SlockN. .. !
appropriation may required by etc t
cushioned and the to th. Kovttrntir of thia state, toitcthu .u'IU.
t A. Uronke, Stiirke. !it-'Jl-' : $ The Heat i ill deeply with it* objection thereto. J'POvld.lIUrlhv, It enacted 10, the IrgUla.nre of the stats commission from time to time In carrying Kunklnu liouao. ful'nlu.. tt-i II
cushions lire divided making easj I that nothing herein contained .ahall\ relii-v I" of Florida I II" the provisions of this ...t. The said com- C), ,her real estate .*
: ::: plants. Au- tank which Is any auch official from mukinir r.ol'.0. the Section 1. That all drainage Ux ccrtlfl .. .. nhall keep accurate accounts of DUB from incorporated bank, '*
SALE.SrawberrY the gasoline Cn h Items 52(1
FOR for filling state comptroller aa now or may hc-rcnfu- held by the board of drainage commfa i 1..1 roroipU and disbursements and at the -- -"""
gut Stern, Starke R. F. D. 3. under the !Bent. A small recess shelf: tio required by law. And. providml. further. l.al. the board of commissioners I of Everglades of cnch fiscal year or us often .the I Cash on hand _. ':.t'r
1 I that the trovrrnor of thta atut may at any Drainage District, or the trustees .f i governor tony require I of.h- render to the '
0-21-21 at the rear of the seat is handy for and all tinu have full right and power to I the internal Improvement fund of Florida for governor of the state I an I lu-mled I Total .----

... .--. --- The door window I ...... an audit of the act. doIngs and report the nnn-/.aym..nt of drainage or Evcrulndejdratnn.ro I statement of such receipts and diebunii'munta.five I' Liabilities :
: ftmall parcels. of each of aaid o trie tab*. And further district ,.. Much drainage taicertificates ., 4. The Haiti commissioners .r hereby (.pl,1 ."k paid In ..
: horse wagon I nuthurinc'd to loose portion the SI) JI _
FOR SALE-Good young equipped with revolving type I provided thnt until th. net incomu of any: being now held by any of the I any .hu ; "
Will sell cheap are officer hall be at a rat. in xcLaa of '0.111111I'P. until boards, or by the various clerk of the j iictfs of land embraced In the Dade Memoriali Undivided' !\1'01.. (flees <""""'"M" iini **
I and harness. permitting any i Fnrk which In not being used aa a I taxes '. ..
window regulators annum, no report hereunder ahall be ra- circuit courtM In the counties where assessed plo.u. '
9-7-U I park, and the proceeds of such .. to Individual .;T"j, t '*
G. C. Cady, Starke, Fla. Doors quired.Sec. I Including all proewrtlnics of the tax amumionI I .drl'oll u ohw ,)
desired ventilation. are pro- In mnkinir such muKftHmonta, the proceeding npplii'd to the care maintenance and Improvemint -I Savings n. ."" ;)6M'
; 4. That it shall be the duty of each I '' 3''" "
j jI of the 'lime cerllllcatDi of '>
ik ANTED-Man to work on farm. vldcd with locks and every such officer to pay quarterly htrafter .-' the of the board board of of comrnfBBioners drainage ccmmtBsioners.of Everglades or I' S... D. The pk..omm.lona. shall receive I C.rto oh.ck dOlol1_ -'Ill>
l fund of thuireHpeetivtt
into the lr.n..1 revenue .
t Write to A. F. Petterson. box 355: The higher radiator greatly; enhanced count,.... all moneys in exct-aa of flrainnfce district In connection with the levy than no their.om en.alon 0"1.*in other thtperformance i C.h.er. checks outstanding J"I
( I the .. of the liiiU giving notIce Inell'.d
of the Ford Four Door tha auma to which they are umlur tho provialona .preparation .1.n.
{ the beauty I of their I ToUl .
Manning'sstore
Starke, or meet me at of thia art en tit led. for and .. i iproiwr a Ih'rrf. and the transmission thereof to the< I -Fl .j-
( Slntff-of l'ldanti'
It' Sedan. This car, highly; popular proportion of the total annual com nn.ennors, the proceedings of the tax collce S.... 6. If At any time the salt Dado Memorial of Bra,If," J i '
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next Saturday afternoon. I I In connectIon with the advertisement, commission i shall so recommend I. J. H. I.h. C.hh.r.r ,'h,'
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allowed. *
L' since its introduction a year ago l"e. pi-nHHtion herein :h:advertisement of the drainage tax sale thu. governor of the state of Florida I.sonpproxe named bank .mlvmnly .4 "*
See 5. That should any auction of this | making of sale antI, report thereof of theprnctoit'inga the atate of through Ita shove ,* tf> t h. < **
' FOR SALE-I hnve lOP Satsumu orange cause of its low, graceful lines, now ..t. or any part of any auction, bo held InoperatIve in connection with the recording i er olr.r la hereby f-Ilrda to prop knowledge Idntblier *>

be had this : more sturdy appearance or void or should It. apulicnttnito | of said artt) filing copy of sale by taxI proper deed the land comprising the Dads .J' I II' II'
trees. all that can presents any official br h_ld Inoiwrative or void 01' { collector, .I'nr.recording of the lists of lands Memorial: Pork to the United Stntvs of America CorrectAllot : **
See miut once. II. H. WitrKins. I Another feature coming as the re should ita application to any offIcIal b* held< I old by the clerk of the circuit court ba and upon such I'ark being designated a national N. T. RITCH.I *
year. frontof inonorntiv or void the lame ahall not af- I I th same are hereby I "a\ valldnUd ap i monument under the provisions of the i I 1 O. M. 1NMAN.
: U suit of the change of the Ford feet the legality or applicability of the bal. proved and confirmed drainage tai. nets uf .. to national, monument W. T. WtEKS, DlittI

I the including larger cowl, radiator anre thrreof.See. deedtt hereafter issued on the basIs of suet *. .na. .1..llnl I Sulwcrlbpd and sworn to bcfor.. ,"" .
--- car, 6. That ajll laws or parts of laws In certificates shall and tiny of Seplcmbor. IttM. 1
female are hereby d'.la.1 prl- I S<'. 7. This act shall HO Into effect Immediately -
i.ftSAI.E-Three pointcipuppies and hood, is that occupants conflict herewith are hereby repeated.Sec. ) ma facie, evidence of title In the grantee ut upon its becoming a law. A. ii.) cut.\,
I month old just! ready 7. That this act shall take effect Immediately to ami' Including the execution of the d..I I Approved May 15. 1(123.( I Nol n i"
: ) eight of the front scat are afforded morspace upon I.. bt-commir" a law. provided that the provision* of this act shnl!, .______________ .bin

to Ktart working this aeason ; ospwiully thus insuring added! riding Approved May :2, 1U23. not apply to such ftrninnire tax ..rtlft.at.I CHAPTER #31B-(No. 197) HANK STATEMENT
p fn CMHIII where the drainage taxes have been AN ACT authorizing the sale and dfnpoaltton -
: fine hunting stock. I:. P., ('om fort. CHAPTER 9S10-(No. 192)) :proviniiMly paid or where the lands coveredI of sand and gravel from certain lands in Rtink.Rflwrt of the condiium, of Item. ',1.,.-
Graham Fla. !)-2'2tt'FOI !) und AN ACT ula'inw to toll rondo tin., hrldpt I I thereby for any rrimon were not subject Ui Ih s state and to provide for the at llnmpton. in the .tut<' j ji I IResources ,
Adams, dl.p.ttlonof the close uf business .
little ,
I \Many other improemcnts on state rend No. 3, tleclarlnu- It unlawful i drninuire taxts. the funds arising therefrom. i Su't.iemloei' I 1i '
for firm or corporation to e..t..hliah I All and I of laws In i
noticeable Including any person Sec :2. laws pal conflict I lie It enacted by the legislature of the state
refinements tire
Loan real _.
strawbcrrj build complete toll road or brdtr' on eMato .
f SALK-Missionary or any herewith are hereby of Florida .t
will Hell .revolving! type window regulators! for on saul' StatUs road No. X. or to charge or collect 1 S.-.,. U. This act ahull .rnl.,. immod Section 1. Thnt the trustee of tho Internal Loan on colalerl security olh, r
__ .
\ plants $$2.f per I ,OOO( or toll for the makini ,
passage over aame : lately on Its becoming a law.Aliproveti improvement fund of Flol'ldl are hereby au hh.'i 14
and dome light All loans and
I by the bed. Louis "Kahr, Starke. all door windows a It unlawful to connect any privately owned< I Juno 7, 1023. 1 ttmrlzi'd.. to sell and dispose of. or enter Into Ovuiruit ntis dUcountuV "
bill with said road No. 8. wh..noll.h ,
I. for illuminating\ the interior. bridge state contract for the sale and disposition of sand S. bonds "II "I I
bridge I la built dotour from ..ald.lata < -
9-1t-2t on a I anti gravel from sovereignty -
I -----. --- --. -. The new cars will he on display! at road and prescrIbing penalties for the AN ACT CHAI'TEn to amend 2ti unction|-(No. 131. the revised lands, owned any or l"n.1 Indu..nw.ta. ofriovldn Other husking real houae.twtnto furniture_ n- .. '

3. FOR SALE-Missionary ami Kon-! the show rooms! of Andrews and violation it enacted of the by terms th* legislature h@.f.II. of the ..t.t.of I I' general statutes of Florida relating to I I on or U such> .r. leases as they for may such .purpose.. advfsnblu. la.e from incorporated hank I II I'
acquisition of state lands for terminal facilities. Cash un hand .
dyke strawberry plants, any quantity Wainwrlght for the next few days Florida I .,.,' .1 those limds embraced in Everllad. --- L
: shall be unlawful for
Suction' 1. Jt any per drnlnnge district.Sec. .
,
' ? growing on new land "r&.n aon firm or corporation: to eatnblinh, build 01comi ; '! He It enacted by the 1'11.1.,,,. of the state All funds arising from such sales !, TI.III.' --------- .S
r >lcto aa a toll road any part of state road I of Florida' t I or ., ns are enumerated In section one of I LabiJt.
.i fresh plants, ready July 1st. I? interested LEAPINC; 1J(: lIIN(; PLANTMANUFACTURERS No. a. or to chance toll for aanatre over same 1 Section I I. Thnt section 4in of the revisedI thia ".:shall be turned over to the State Capital stock paid .. .___ 16 "OO
\ J write J. M. Truhy, Etark Si-c. 2. It atoll be unlawful for aJiIJ'''. I irener l statutes of tht* State of Florida l aniltho I treuHurvr and by him converted into the permanent I Surplua fund ---. l
,
I is hereby amended foli (loss expensetnxrs I
HAVE lion firm or corporation to eatabltfth, 01eomplete same to read school fund of the stats of Florida. 1'1'011
.
Fla. 6-22-10-23. any toll brldica over tiny stream or i Iowa : I bi-c. 3. All laws and ports of Inws in conflict I 1.,11 I n_. 1
; ANNOUNCED NEW I'LA."I body of water on saId state road No. 3. or to i, 4:ma. ((280B1: Where land batons to stat herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. I d"l'n.11 subject to .'l},, "
chnruo toll for pHMttfte over aamo.8ic. i Whenever the land or water privilegesmontt.titvi I 4. This act shall take effect on lUpnHftntia Time .. deposit ')r'I
S AUCTION SALK:-Saturday:! Oct. fiat 3. In any rue where a toll bridge. 1 in the I'.p.ln. section shall belong and approval by the governor. Cashier checks outstanding" r
bo eU bH.hcHl. built or completed by any] to the slate ,h.. use ,h..r.offn
; bidder" for Announcement is just made by the may Approved May 10 1923.Ftirnituro 'I ... ___.. _
3 p. n ., to highest pemnn. firm or corporation at a point not | the aforesaid nur poneshall vest In saidrailnnui Total I '4I

cash 7 lob 56x239:\ feet; at west Delco-Light Company, of Dayton, O, directly on said state rend No.3. but near | or cnnnl company upon the occupancy I State of Florida county of Bl'aeor. *.
thereto, and auch brIdge shall not be on any] of both or either the said land or water I. A. A. Futch c.hlu. .
j t end of Lafayette street, in southwest ofI new plan for the dislribution of public road lenrlintr to any community not bv Much company for such purposes t pro i Polio),. named bank do solemnly swear ..0\t t.
auch state road but In on a road vided. that before any rights accrue under Is
renchod by above statement true to the hist *
which it il .h.1 "
mj
corner of Starke. Wm. Mon their farm electric plants or way which la In fact only a detour from this section the railroad canal comtmnv For nn excellent i""l'hIIUM poM-! I i mix: knowledge and belief.

den. declared will be of vast importance tall that Btattt road to furnish pnttHaire for travel d.iln. such use shall file In the office I I together half a quart; each o" p -n- A. A. FUTCH
: ( toll brIdge by any road or way leading from of the secretary of state a map or plan ol 11 Correct--Attest : Cubic.
_ _ _
farmers and their families who such bridK to such alale road and it shall ,, the nrnn, of lands and of water or either so I tine l>l'nln.'In''jlu' and lut'nl Itt iltet A. A. DURDEN.S. .

UENTKIt WANTKD: acre farm, for the benefits be the duty of th* state road department Uprevent Intended to be used or n..u..le by it with spirit a pint Wh"l In use R. JOHNS.W. .
longing
have boon / such connection from made by such d..lnl.n. as may 11'.I.abl.. so u I"tl. G. SEALS. DiroctoraSubncribed
j one-fourth mile from Starke, with. and conveniences of electricity in their placing and maintaining a .bln" barrier I to ion, and for the shaket<11 1 ami "1'1'lnlto 1 little on u and sworn to before me m,

,i three hundred loads lot fertilizer on the right of way of said atato road across. approval of the trustees of the Internal improvement -' soft rag and well rub on the furni 1 day of Hel..mbe,. 1923. !
said department fund theat.. board of educa-
homes. such connecting way or road, and I or J. IT.
Desire renter with force and stock called the Tnstallec may resort to a court of equity to I 1 lion '....ord.n.. to which body the title ta I ture. 1'olihh with I soft duster. 1 RITCR
; This plan is enjoin any one vIolatIng or attempting 1.0 said land v.\ Ink of said map or plan ] luli
to run two plows. V E. Knight,, Price Plan. It names a single, low violate the p"I.lo. of thia section. and when or plan are so /I. and .
9-21-tf In this act shall .b* con such approval secured the party sam
Starke, Fla. price which covers, not only the Del- No'hln., .on'alne roads or toll bridges and securing such approval shall secure the "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR---HE KNOWS"
( which first rIght to the and of the
heretofore estahlltmed or built or may occupancy u.
FOIt SALE-One second! hand 10 h. co-Light plant and battery desired hereafter be entabliahvd or built on any road: designated lo.a lit". which first right of first i
I but also the font of installing,: the or rnad which connect with said Mate road occupancy and UH. shall be lost by failure to :I For over 35 year the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company haa furnished Flondi
p. gasoline engine.! Also one second No. lend to or serve any community., I imn any of the premiers for tho aforesaid pur- grower with fertilizera. The continued patronage of experienced growers give
hand 20-inch French hurr grist cost of wiring the house for ten city or town In the state of Florida. pones within two years from the date of such | .
' I And the provisIons hereof ahull not be construed niinuIn the event thnt ..10 trusteeS of the ,| proof of satiifactory result.
' be
I' mill, as !jood! as new. Mrs. J. E.f. lights in locations to specified by to repeal or limit In .ny way any ayecial Internal improvement fund said state boardof
'\\(1 1 the owner of the house tendrop light! acts of the iPKutlature providing for 01 education ahall deem the acreage claimed :i COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOUD MAKE IT.
(
Brown Luwtey, Fla. tho construction and operation ol under this ha excttisivax the price
Writ For New List Just Issued.E. .
placed in position' complete even to ...v.'nln. or brulite.Kee. tn ha paid, 1 for Io."ro ., excess shall badeterminiMl i F.I Plc

1 4. The terms of this net shall apply by agreement between such railroad 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville.rl! ii
good as new their socket
FOR SALR--HiiKiry, ,, the ten electric, bulbs in In any case wh.l the stream or body of water I or canal company and salt trustees of' .

cheap. !Mill trimmings make good and a special power socket for connecting spanned by the bridge partly within (Ii lie internal improvement fund or said state I I
! the boundary of this state an.1 partly within board of education and In the event agreement '
'r stove' wood, und they arc ihocpVecctaMe up the various electrical appliances inn houndar of an .. aa well ai cannot b. reach**) the right of such '
kind. Snc-11-\ In case ... or body of water Ii.wholly rail rond. or canal company to occupy and usa 'r
'It (:\ crates, any which the housewife may within thia atat I such aliened excess and the price if any. to ,' .

L I :f.- ''")'1' 'q', tnrk('. !-2S-tf' want to use. Sec. A. Anyone who violate any of the I bo paid for samp shell he determined by aprnceuiJinir
! ... ._. of this net shall be deemed itiillty of a by touch rnilrnnd or canal companyto I
-- ---- A financing/ plan also is provided Ira ml.d.m..an. antt shall be punished by fine condemn .Rle lnn FALL IIATCIUNGouIlfleUlOth; ...., or by imprisonment not of rettpertintr, thu condemnation
not t '
r ht.PI.lce it is explained, which enables those exriHMllntr lnw tOO or by both such fine and of land by railroad 1 ". Let be
I .' will be ready for etrirs;' Oct. who desire it, to buy their equipment imprlnonmont.Hee. : I I s '. 2. All lawn 1A..P: .. of lows In conflict us your I

100( ), $3 less eIeI' I'ltie. Ordor 0. The term ". road No. 8" used with the ..vl.ono hereof are hereby repi -
on easy payments. The whole plan In this net in di'ftnt'd and shall b construedto 'nled.Sec. .
reservntioni now. Mrs. Arthur mean that state road .x.mlln. from the I 8. This act ttlmll take effect upon be-
.. is designed it appears, to make 1 It I St. ri minff InwApproved .
It* tieorttin state line at a point on Mal I n ,
Wood Stnrke. easy for the farm family to have river known a* Wild's Lnn.ln. to Juno 7. 1023.
i l Morida. via V"I. J.k..nvll. Orange Park Friend In Need
'I :TItAYEII-OIJt red Jersey sow, one electricity.! Many thousands of far Cove "1.l'ln. East Palatka CHAPTER 0192-iNo.( 74)).
len.nl City and Snnfora. heretofore I AN ACT .nr>i>rnprinti. money for tho pnv
oar lifT, hole through the other one, fliers have purchased electric plants, .. ,..,Iar. dfftlinnto< and eHtnblinhi'il as a bent of the salary of a justice of the supremo -I
" the road department. court from the 15th day of May. A. D.
road stnte
Delco-Lighi by
red and white it shown. since the slate
I nnd live pigs, one was Hi-c 7. All law. and parts of law In conflict lltJ.'l.: I the lot dRY of July. A. D. 1923. and' i

unmarked one red, Jersey burrow, I Company buRun their manufacture herewith b* and am hereby repealed.Sic. I to l' the salaries of circuit judges and theri'niw I
,; R. This net nhall h.om. effective immediately of .Irli judges atittmrijwd by law I
marked) Hwnllow fork under square. less than eight years ago./ This company upon 11 becoming a law. tn Inpaid pay the salaries of

, ". Pli-nsi* notify !\Irs. T. K. Underhill nlonu has sold more than 200iK)0 ),- Approved Miy 11123. nitorni>ys and to pay oulal. of .1..1
,. t I !.irt'rs. wh eh are ( not to ha provided
. \. Starke. It* ) ) of these during that tinw anti: CHAPTER 0 03-(No. 185). :I for, In the appropriations contained In the : Perhaps you, like others. often wish to II IIa
AN ACT to amend arrtinn I of chapterH5to c..n",1 n"1r".iRon" bill and to pay for the I
---- : this number will increase very rapidly of tho NCI* of 1921. Iowa of Florida relating printinR.. ptiMiBhtnir of the Supremo '

1 i TIIKEW TYPE FOKDS( during! tho coming months! in the to the duties of pilot commissioner, the"xaminntlnn I court rei orU uf the state of Florida % friend who could give you good sound
and number of pilots.He 'nn.1 In appropriate a milTiciunt, amount to
belief of the manufacturers of Delcoht It enacted by th. legIslature of the state I I nv the ditfrrencp. between tho amount of salaries Iii!
r f The first of the new type Ford ears! of Florida I end mnintennnro contemplated and advice on financial matters.
Product
Section, I. That snrtton 2-1A1 of the general I I ""l'nvld,1 in Bt>nnt bill No. 171.
'f which recently arrived in' this city They base this belief, they declare, revtRi'd statutes of the Htnte of Florida re I \Mierenit, no pruxinion' is made tn I I
: hung to tho dullo of pIlot ennimlHsioner the ernt appropriation bill panned at Ih.r.
,e 01'0 now on display at the show room upon the better understanding anti examination and number of I'I..t. be ana I of the Iftrmlnttirc for the payment '. Most make easily. Their

: of Andrew & Wninwrijrht, locul Ford which tI,.. same is hereby amended fol- cry or the mldltlonnl Juntice of the supreme I II men money I
appreciation of the electricity owa : court from the IRth day of May, A. T>. IQ23.

< dealers.! I have come to the farm family with H.c aHa CommtHainncni examlno .ndl I the date of hitt ,"olminl the duties of office chief difficulty lies in retaining it. The
I' 1' Rtnn"artll license pilot Sail board if comiii".iioners I I nnd' iha let day A. D. liK.8 : and i
,e; The higher radiator now the introduction of thousands anti shah examine ppnnnn who may wish to be I I W herons. :It appoars that the appointmentof
I in nil Ford types, hns brought u gon- I h. OMit nil pilots In all muttum peralnln. circuit I judges, states sttorneyn and court make unfortunate investments because
thousand of electric, plants onto the '' J
to the management of vc-wuU.: also 1'lIar.I' reporters have been authorized and that no i I
t, oral improvement throughout the farms. bidieve! also that the to their knowledge of the cnnnnol provision has been mnilo in the general ap-
en-I They where they wish to net as pilot ; and I I proprintion bill for the payment of some of have neither time '
-t \\ tire line and the new radiator farmer, like any other citizen who hah fxammntion they .ln1 the. qualified the nnlarles of the name; and I' they nor experience'I
of vessels n- by of the change In I
cornmnntl of anton pop
with similar t<> lake 'a. Wh.aa.
-r : blending apron hat the ability to buy comforts for aide to rntitr that RI. and are th..hl" .. an on tho fenders gives the front of the I his will not hesitate to ex- nmlllnr with the rhnnm-1 and currents number of cuuntkn in some of the nor to properly II
family, linrhor. they shall appoint and license such I In this elate additional ". .. I
. I cnrs a highly finished appearance.The change a few of his dollars for the number of those found qualified aa requitte I- under the Inw. be duo t states .lrli"l ventures.
: duties rtMimred pliita such circuits and
. touring car shows a decided to perform the i\ :
/ plectricn I conveniences which will for that port so thr shall not Whereas no provision is made in ,
}. Improvement having a more streamline much in enjoyment and in ..h.nI..la. \ for the port of ', mO.1 ural appropriation hill to PRY for the -

: effect. It is lower in appearance labor mcim saving so in his! home. three rithi'tlo for at the h.lh I'or of ant Al'aIR.hl.nl.West Passe and Incluive court lug bindinic porttf of and thi publishing state nf Florida.of the .uPI'.m.1 there is any need for information-ask

of Fernnntiina and He It enacted by the Ifgiilature of Iha stale I
feature much to the attractiveness four t.r the port
! i' a adding( The Dclco-Lftfht Company, as the Nassau Inlet ; eleven for the port of Jack ef t'lond. fitted

of tho slanting winshiold largest manufacturers of farm electric onvllle eight for the ..n. of Port T.ml'a'i S"II..n I. -mlftcient sum is hereby us. Our officers are especially
;1 a..1 M.nn. In.h.lv. ; appropriated out of monies In the state treiutLiry -
I l anti one-man top. I plants in the world, in making it !t "p..hu.port .r tunIs Cord.. three for theport I not otherwise approprIated. to pay tha with business
The Ford runabout is! likewise of Charlotte laol' nnd three for the 'nilr of nn additional justice of the supreme by their intimate contact
possible for the farmer to have electricity Mtrt of HIMa ( .' : for the port of St ,, from the IT.th tiny of May A. D. 192.1.
much improved and looks more sturdy. and l nt such moderatecost \ndrew two for the port of Cedar Keys : to the lit dny nf July., A. D. 1023. ami to pay of
so easily sly for tho port of Key Went three for the I the salaries of circuit ju
.: have undoubtedly, taken a step M>rt of St. Augustine. nnd two for any port I hero' and court reporters not provided for in I

The Coupe U entirely new in luvly which will lead to much finer results! lot specially when mentioned vacancies. In occur this chapter In the num.andherenfter I thp the exenocs general appropriation of .1..1 juiltrvs bill nnd and states tn pay atorneyn rities to help in the safe investment of

S design nnil construction.! There I It amore and will mean the spread of far tier of pilot In any-of the ports of this state I au : lot"law and which have
the commissioners of that port may. In their tint trovliled for tha general appro
trim exterior appearance, more greater; blessings for mankind, than dIscretIon grant licence a* pilots heretofore I I'rlalon.bill. and to pay the expense nf of surplus funds.
comfortable sentincarrangement and roviMl. h. number of plot reaches binding anil. publishIng the supreme
; even they, themselves realize. the unll by thIs for that I court! reports of the state of Florida from
greater luggage carrying capacity. port Providini. however that pilot' who are the tiartustfa of this, act until the let day of
tow duly licensed shall hold l their license aaonllng I July A. D. 1925. The officers of the Bradford County
From the dash there is a raceful CHAPTER !0270-(No. 152). to law. Said pilots shall be entitled Sec. iti|. A stint' ts hereby ap
:
>' in the cowl! to the radiator.COMMISSIONERS AM ACT to fl* Btul df term me th. cnrap<*nmtlun (<> hold their license and appointment during I preprinted out :fur.,' In the state treas-
sweep and remuneration of %ll county offi- gool behavior ; Provided further that the u"not ..lh"I'"I. to. pay the Bank are experienced bankers and know
----- clot. in th. utrnt of Florida now pnitl' In imitation of the number of pilots shall not he .salaries the expenses and maintenance of
8AI.E whole or In part by fo*., alary' or ..omml..I..n. .- onstrued to apply to apprentices who now .he department of the hotel .commission ..
.la given that under and byvirtue .> or by on. or mur of Bald method of buys the full time provided by law. ...nt..ml.la. ane provided for by the enact- how to be of the greatest possible
Heiwvr of notice that eertaln d.'.,...* of partition nymnt; t to require report by fluid official : Slut .nve...nt'.. shall be entitled to acts bi No. ill In ao far and service
and entered In the circuit court In and to provide for th. duty of th. board of county pilots on complying with the law. notwtthtandmg 10 the extent ...1.1'1. expenses and
made Prailfor.1 count,. Florida In chancery commMMtoner( in reference thereto : to the fact that the total number of nnlntenanco have not been provided for In to Take full advantage of
for Illth) lay of September, A. D. 1U2H. In urovtde fur the distribution of money col- pilots may exeeed the limit herein provide. the provisions of tha general appropriationI1I. : you.
., on the of Kmrna: ( Norman. Cora Norman. R. S. bIrd; : hereunder. nnd to provtd* for the auIttlna unit the saul board shall require which has been enacted by this session
favnr Thomas. and her huarmnd. J. of th. account of .aid office. pilot satisfactory bond for th. faithful perormance nC the filature, their skill and
"
o C.Norman Thomas Lottie. and Krm*..t Norman and MarrellNorman ff. It enacted by the leffUIatnr. of th. .,.,. of his dutiea.S Soe. The .0m1II. ls hereby authorKtMl energ.
/ minor. by their next friend. Kmma of YhrldatSrctton .. 2. That this act shall take effect Im- to draw wa..nt for he paying out
t ciimplalnanta. and aitalnst E. K.Normnn. I. Th.t each county official who* nedlntely upon becoming a law. or the tunes hereby appropriated In the ..am.mann.r .
Norman. leonlant. the un will offer and' sell at the front door holly nr partly by fee or Commiainon. or overnor. such warrants are drawn for the payment of ,
slonera courthouse In Starke. Bradford county f_ .nd ...mmlNl....*. or fee. and atary. orly ike items provided for In th. general .Plr
of the durlnir the leva! hours of asle on fee.. aalary and eommiwloni. hall rvleiv CHPTER 928No.( ) 'r in tlon bill and the ...t treasurer
Monday Florida, the Sth day of November A. D.ID I aa hI. yearly compensation for hi. official I. AN ACT to authorise the 11. of the stats of Florida. is ...thol. to pay such
!!:*. tn the hlahmt and' li..t b.'r. for cash Aervieea from tti. whole or a part of internal Improvement fund of Florida to sell warrant when properl I .I.n and counter
In hand paid the following ilescrlbed real estate ,ho fee, salary or com ml**Ion* ao eollectml.he 0' leane for oil. gas or mineri purpose the signed and presented to for payment.
sltuatetl and being In II rail ford eounty.Horlila fnllowtnir *um* only All the net in* rlwht title or Interest nf state of Florida Sea. 8. This act shall take effect upon itsbecomIng We Welcome the
to-wlti .m. from auch office not to .."Md 8.000.00 j to any lands held or owned by the a law I
Lot ,.n. and two (1 ami S) or the South tO per cent of th. ne..t tl.OOO.OO or any f....- .tat*. or in which the state has an In..t Approved June 7. 1923.
I :i_ Half of the Southeast Quarter of arctlon 9.1.township I ion; therenfi 40 per cent of the ant f.,,000.00 It. It enacted by the U i.Utur* .f u. .tt..f .
y South. Ranne lil Eaut. contain. or any fraction thereof s 20/ per cent of the Flond. CHAPTER 9281-(No. 145).
i In DM acre B. more or I..... Also the following tent 12.000.00 or any fraction thereof i and .' the trustees of the internal AN ACT TO further provide for and main Opportunity to Serve you
4 named* pcnonal" property to-wlt tUne 10 per Cent of th. ret .nd reaidue thereof ; improvement fund of Florida b* and they ain the Hade Memorial Park and to make
1 ho"' ., ons mule. one-half undivided In. ProvIded. however, lhat should ..I dcomnen are hereby authorised to sell or lens on such Appropriation th..Cor.I. .
temt In su -ar mill on. *u"ar boll.. on. ation yield a net income of mor than lit.. erma .. they may deem advisable for oil. .t enacted by the Iccjaletare of the state
.In,,'. horse wairon on. MoCormlek mowing frtft.00 pep year the ....... over and abov gas or mineral purpose the right, titl of "Iorda.
maohln and rake. *IA.000.00 net per year shall b* paid over .. interest In and to any land owned or eonrolled .1 the purpose of maintaining .
doslrlnl to bid on said pe..on.1prol'rty hereIn provided. and no such officer .ahal) un by the state of Florida or any In" anti i perpetuating the Dada Memorial Park In -
Anyone can same at tlm at theresidence ler th. foreffoinic. computation of .....mua.r.tlnn .- In any l.n.1 held by the itat*. or any tumtvr county. Florida ...101110. and ereited -
of the la.. R. O.jany Norman said receive .. hi* net income from th. monya fund. Ineudln. sovereignty I.n'I provided by the provisions of ) law
rraldxne be Inn about six mile northwest of ao collected by him more than $8.000.00I'PI' hat preferential shall b oC Florida. sets of 1021 lh commission In
> year.Sec. "Iven the owner of land wherein the aid act provided continued and
Slarke. E. M. JOHNS. 2. That the term "net Income" .. tess of the Int..ma Imp.m..n. fund shall nada, pr.nent term of ..to of earn Bradford County Bank
.II A. S. CREWS.N. provided by thia law ahall mean th. ....Idu. sell or lease riuhts. All moo, -. .. .10.1 he for four yearn or durineth
D WAINWRTGHT.CommIon.T.. | ..f th. Income from jock ofTic after deductntt rising from this act shall h* placed h the awarnor.
( .. all ......on.bl. expenditure, for the aatar-1 ..di of th. permanenet school fund of lh See. t. The duties I of the Dane MemorialCommIssion
Ira of clerk and aaaiatanta and necary exenctitqp shall be to superintend and over -

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