Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02197
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; of State Prison Farn GOrGING;(: THE GATOK; 'l'ELEiRAI'irS: HONOR): KOI.I, I| The town council of the town of .i',

.Announce Candidacy y Si : :Slarke; met in regular session October ;

Lively Scenes in Former Terra Incegnito Nantes: of 'Ihimelio Paid Suhm-rip- gad;! with the following member ;'

i > axon, Sept. 27.-Announcement lion During SeptemberJoseph .!' )presentT.: J. Griffin, chairman, J.W. .'
Andrews, Jr., S. A. lirynn, O. J. .
i i ule that J. S. Blitch, former state .
.. .1(,"ir from thin district, und for thl! The big 'Gator swamp) just south Bolt \V. It, Perkins, Ii..1 1 'I"

i "i\eral years superintendent o.{ of Starke has ever been u territory' I Turner, C. R. Jordan, Kev.V.: RDnugherty .. Minutes of last meeting weru read .'

'i state prison farm at Raiford. will of mystery: and was seldom visited; :\lrM. 9.!> ,1. Anders. J. :M. and 1 approved.liepurl .

i undulate to succeed W. A. :Me- except by negro boys from Lincoln Truby, 1 L. II. Eastmiii[: ; II. 1)). Jlotlt,, I <) of the bond trustees, I treasurer ;

ommisloner of agriculture, atI I City, who always in cumpanies, went I W. i E. Webb, Mrs ,1. Andrews, Sr.,, and tax "tllh'etur1'0' received t

I i.mary. election to he held next I' in there to 11sh out of the holes ami II Durban, W. K.: Knox, Frank A. niul ordered died.' .x.

j ever: east frightened glances I uround,, I II I I Peterson, :M. 1'I Brown, 111'Y.\ A. I The council ordered tlie bills. paid '

\ 'I. le many of Mr. Dlitth's friend, fearing that "something would catch Bailey, Alexander\ MileyV.. C. Harris for September, after which the old '

.1 I him to become a candidate for | tht'III.o.ow: a portion of the swamipresents I Ii : W. '1'. Turner, N. 0.) \Vuinwt'lahtJr. council adjourned( sine die.Mtiyorelect a : J

1 us-, to succeed Frank Clark, more lively scenes than/ can II i j .. '1'. 1.[ Willis, J. ti. Clrlner, \\'. N.I I ; <'. I.. Peek was sworn :'t

i ,\in' glad: of the opportunity to bo found, elsewhere around here, for I i YIII'hol'J'lIg'h11'11.: L. A Davis, Mrs '1"1'' in by Notary A. S. Crews, and, I hofullu'lnA'

him their loyal support for the it has been invaded l by n large force n I 1 K. Underbill :Mrs. T. r. Morris, ,I, olltcers-clcct were sworn in \0' ..
.commissioner of agriculture,, of men who are building a road F. Ilaxen, LewisVilkcraon. 0). Jones by !Mayor Peck : ,

'I l -i. 'being no man In the entire state across it imd at the same time excavating :Mrs. 1 tIt.::. Nc-ir, LonthnlVyimn' .J.j. Aldermen for two yearn, A. l O. Andriu -

'i', ''mm/ better qualified or more n canal/ to keep the road, when -- -- I I I"". KieMiter, T. Ii. Triest, Mis. Id.i C. F. hoover

", i I tent to fill the position, than built, from being washed away. Sweat, Geo. A. Anderson, U. T. Os- I II ,
for ono year, L. A. Davis
h. I The lino for the road has been .1 teen, [Lnwtey Stale Bank: I ii. R. TindoO. I, '
I Jr., John Uglow, J. \\ Wliito.
< ilhtch: has the distinction of belli stumped and all the trees on tho canal Thexo photographs \". n..oolV.. Andrews, Jr., e.1 I
amongst Clerk! ,
treasurer and tax collector
I only man ever elected to the line have been pulled down and I h" tho first from Japan, Hliinv B. Hayes! A. J. Undeihill, O. tIto:. C. A. hutrh.'a r '

,ii I.' for tho first time without op. removed und all the stumps pulled 1 a4' a1ks ) more plainly than word the den, D. D. '''lIlard, Major I Bloxlmm;

i 'on. the honor being tendered nut that could be removed by the, A w t destruction wrought by the Ward, 0 L. Bensley, R. I' Adams, C,. I Tnx n-sensor, N. D. Wninwright.Marsha ,
." t'J grout earthquake' there, followed I, Silos| Kite.
i I ,: the voters of the county. Hov stump machine. Dirt I U being hauled j Fa' wvt aw by fire and tidal wave. N. SltnvV. \\'ainwright' J. D. The new council was' called, to order J
..1th(' youngest man to serve into the fill on both sides of the contemplated Upper' picture shows the linxterV.. I O. Brooks, G i. W. llmson,, '
I li, body from this district. Dur- bridge. After the ground '"M ., rules of the town of Ito atypical J. G.J Colson, D. W. Kelly, Jacob Jllln.J. ,by Clerk C. A. Futcli/ and thu
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+ unanimously C. F. Hoover
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!ns term. a, state senator! he serv- has been loosened by a plow, wheeled 7. Keener! of devastation. del! J. t'ulson, n.! C. 1'illitV.. I. I .
In tho lower chairman for ,
)picture, crying (Ih year. :Mr. Hoover
\\ nh credit to his county and state scrapes: drawn by two mules, remove refugees are walking along : (C'arlton n.! W. Ilii/.en, K.: K, ('Inypoule : took charge of I ho meeting' and 1

li was largely due to his efforts that'i the dirt. As soon at n scraper is s k '4t.r Yokohama-Tokyo road. i I' J. Penrce, If. H. Poeples, 1 L.d. I tho following N
,il I institutional amendment provid- ready to stick its nose into the grounda avv'M? wanderers, not knowing Johns, A. A. Minion I II. 11. Hall, appointments< weru
where to turn madiby/ 1 the ('(\\IIIt'il.Fil'st .
,i II'! for state-wide prohibition was ,, snatch team of three mules is attached \ or it) K. A, Newsom, A. I"'. Philips' L. O. l
/ cab ouo tho appointment' of Iho
"ihnutted to the voters! of the state. and the five "hard tails" soon liaZenV. l.:. Norman, Harkddi- t .
city attorney, for which A. S. Crowswas
It sax also largely due to his efforts have the scraper filled with half a HOII, A Swanbom.
I I I the only applicant,, nnd ho wan
il l .it t the amendment was adopted by cubic yard of earth. The snatch teamIs ,
CONSERVE FLORIDA'S WILD unanimously! appointed. ,
,u h .in overwhelming majority. Toh then unhooked and goes Jo help NEW: BODY )DESIGN;:; (::/ 1OU' IOKDCOt'PE '
W. I.. Wall fire
'i i i is, duo credit for much cons!:>truc1 fill the next while the first wan lo-appointed
scraper : ;
legislation being enacted while /goes to deposit its load on the grade GAME AND) FRESH WATER FISH I chief for the, the scavenger year.For work there, were i t \ '
i i" mber of that body.uperintendent I This work goes on with the precision! I
two applicants, 1. A. Morgan nndV..
The Ford is \
\ of the state pris- of clock work. eoupo an entirely now .
i i rill, ho has made a record state- tried the other day IInI'' body design! bringing a distinctive exterior : i F.' Mult. The council 'proeeoded 1 10 '
Dynamite was To those! who are intrested in the merciul transportation of gumu comfortable ballot in this enxe. and, :Mr.' Morgan! t ,
.\u nation-wide, world-wide. A cit- for stumps too large for I appearance( more I ..
up conservation of Florida's wild game fresh water fish; to protect wild ganiu "received a majority and.l wiis declared! sI'1
in lo- seating arrangement increased luggage i
.d' this county, well posted tho machine. But the yielding soil i
and fresh water fish: !in breeding season und fresh water Hie sureoHsful applicant." I )
,0' politics! states that "Levy county neutralized the effect of the explosive carrying capacity and. a generally : '
Keep your eyes on the Florida" genie fish in spawning season; to Dr. W. E. Mlildleton, wn tho only .
construction.Thu .
n for Sim hitch one hundred method, of digging the rugged) :
and tho l Game and, FUh Protective Associa! prevent. flesh water gamu fish from i iI applicant' for city hi-nllh nfllcer! and a j
i r ,. .n nt. Many doors. nro large und heavily s
hand ndopted.
I stumps by was tion. This organisation faces u Wonderful being taken by means of seines, nets, I he was unanimously/ elected.,
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attended the :Methodist men aro employed tomorrow. Mighty forces are traps! 'Virearms, high explosives or The term of J. 1' ljuiglcy hnvlnjrexpired '
i : ou grubbing palmettoand I vision mid tho reinvixion window / '
are busy up being harnessed for the conservation! other unsportsmanlike method; to as u member of the bond
Ll i! ? If not, why not? roots. Others again, sire ( in exceptionally Inrse.'rho : I
pine ,
I of our wild game and fresh water work for measures prevcnUntf tho trustees" he was unanimously roeh.t1',1 '1
the rond. About front of thu car i IR most attractive .
ditches along
digging: fish, and every passing breeze will pollution of fresh writer, taken undstreams for a term of three years.
"i'/K: TO VALUE: 01" $2,000,000 lit this work. I' thu cowl flowing In n graceful
I 00 men are employed I : |
of associations to the establishmentof '
!bring tidings : newly ; secure For n4 ht marshal l.hMVel'o sitipplicatioiiH : vy
"MILKED" ritOSI BARRELS I Then there are quite a number of I I organized, destined to make/ this state I a game and fish fund through ado- I cnrvu into the higher hand! and. radiii-j' ,,, us follows: A. I L. Alva- I //j +
ties and cordwood from I Ii lor. A visor over the windshield I mid men cutting deserving! of the title of u tourists I iiiate| state wide hunting, trapping: ,{ reH.. Austin/ (11 M. llennetl\' L. A. tr.
1 'rt'll" After All But One Barrel ,the felled trees, and other hauling i i ventilator in Iho cowl give added s.
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and sportmens I'' rlllisc. I and non-resident fishing licenses; to Fowler, II"IIJallill., T. N. Kendrick.
Had Disappeared these! products away. Tho whole I So momentous and portentious lire secure, adequate game refuges und j jHanUiaries I touches: of quality to the car. i'''the applications of Mensrs.. Alvnrex, .

makes a very animated and Interesting the issues! involved in the protection, I II I ; throughout/, the state of | The currying/ deck til the rear pro- ,! \us Fin, und<1 Fowler were Inched to '

\H hut I i is described' as one of th"i scene, well worth seeing. I I. proportion and perpetuation of wild I: Florida' ; to eliourage, aid l and assist rides opportunity for storing considerable' letitions, sumo of tho signers, haw \i Trt

i. mtic whiskey thefts since game and fresh water fish in tho I I the .several counties of the state now ,: luggage. Rear: fenders arc improved ; ng/ been! considerate enough( to sign '

.1 i prohihition, has been discov- DEATH:: OF MIIS.: A. S. HUDSONMrs. ) state of Florida that within the past I I' unorganized in forming county nssoiations 'i', and strongly secured.. i ,ill three pelitions. After duly considering

'" federal agents, who have and year thousands of red blooded, sportsmen with liko aims. as thoso ex- The Interior is most inviting 't'heleeply I the proposition the boardirocecded '

that much whiskey had dis- A. S. Hudson! died, at 9:30: throughout Florida, : have answered 'pressed' in constitution of the I'lor-i,', cushioned. sent is divided! I HO us : by ballot, rid 1 '1'. N. Ken,1. ,

nil\ from' the bonded warehouse o'clock last Tuesday nit'ht lit the I the challenge; of the state association ida Hume and Fish Protective Association .o make ,,easy filling of the /gasoline ,,trick received l n majority and was du-.

Jack Daniel distillery, of St. home of her daughter) 1rs.IT.. W. und l have organized county '; to create a public sentiment lank underneath! it. At the rear of .lured, the succesuful. : II 1'''lIell lit. 1 e r

Wiggins, SCO inter street, Macon/ : units in Polk, I'inellas, )Dado, Bre- throughout\ the slate for niaervnncol, tilt' spat is n .small recess' shelf furl I A committee of citizens, F. A.

.it, have been investigating ru- Ga., after an illness of live weeks. vard, Volusia! Duval, Hilluborough, and! enforcement of all wild game, I carrylnpurt'clH./ Upholstery lit In :Volt spokesman, met with tho eounil '

that there were irregularities For three years Mrs Hudson had I Manatee[ Lake, Sarasota. Sumter, De fresh water /game fish und rvforustn-I hoico material. i| out asked for an extra: night mar-

warehouse. been in bad health, spending the winters Soto, Leo and Seminole counties. tina laws which are now or which Hour windows arc equipped, wit'i I hail, that they might haws better po- ?r

exact amount of whiskey spir- I in Starke. While here she was Tho sturdy! patriotism and, splendid, may be hereafter enacted'J to oppose .ho revolving type window regulators'ind '; I ice proloctlon. The council ngreo.il tn I -

'' -sav from the bonded warehouse! i'under the care of Drs. W. E. :Middleton I manliness that actuated the founder with, all the strength of this association \ locks are provided, on tho doors' I eke the matter under! advlm-mont

4'..a: barrels, federal( official say. and E. L. Biggs, and, while they of the Florida Came and Fish Pro the election to thu ollico of governor I Chairman: Hoover appointcil/ the fol .; ut.'

I' 'v ,' said to be one of the biggest did all in their power for her, she tectivo! Association! was inspired! by or to either branch of the stalelegislature A cake and! candy Halo will bo held. ] owing committees:

i I' "os since the enactment of the ; grew weaker and her desire was to go I the desire! to conserve for their children any person who 'Is avowedly Saturday at N. Sternberg's' store, Electric lights, waterworks and

!J'' 1 '''lution! law. I hack to Macon. She was taken homein grandchildren and their future ; opposed to the principles of conservation lenefit MarkoVomnn'a| Club.'IVKKSTIIEKT Iro prott'ctlun.-.r. W. White, chair-

1 I' h barrel contained 42 R'llllons,1 April. generations, sports and recreation us expressed herein, and,\ topromote nan, John I/glow, [,. A. DIVH: | Sr.

1 I ''I was estimated that at the drug; I Five weeks ago she was confinedto they were enjoying today.As I by precept and example tho : BUYS OUT KOSKN-1::.; Finance and taxationJohn. (Ifg-

I price of $C u pint, the stolen her bed and was blessed' by having Ruskin once said, "God has lentus highest standards of sportsmanshipin BKKr: low, thalrman, J. W. White, L. A.
her bed3ido to do
v '-v had a retail value of $1- five daughters at the earth for our life. It i h a great I hunting and angling to the end I avis, Jr.Streets. t

1 K. i all that loving hand could do, until entail. It belongs na much to those that a fraternal spirit may hit created sidewalk"i and. building\*-

\ "inplcto check up showed 891''I God saw fit to relieve her of her suffering who are to come after us as to umontr all hunters sand anglers, thero-I W. L. Overstreet ha.s bought: tho A. O. Androti., chairman, John. Uglow ) ,

> in the warehouse. One barrel Tuesday night, Sept. 2' at and wo have no right by anything UB'j by harmonizing their interest Unifying hill( .stocks( of I'ru"crh'Hry'/ goods: I.I A. Davis. Jr. 1 1

', one nearest the door, contain- I i 9:30.: Some of her last! words of com-I do or neglect, to involve them in their action in nrcnmpliHhln I' nnol clothing' hitherto owned, by SamItosenherg Sanitation I L. A. Davis, Jr., chair ,

1 L'' ,", full amount of whiskey. The fort to her children was, "Don't" wor- unnecessary! penalties, or to deprive the aims of the Florida Game and / / arid\ the business will boonducted man, J. W. White, A. O. Anlreu.Kules ''s

'" had been "milked" of their ry about me, I am saved. them of the benefit which was in our I Fish Protective\ Association." i ila ,' at the sarno stand Mr.Dverstreet I : laws and ordlnnnro*-J. W. 'I L. "'
with Mrs. Hudson is! survived by five formerly lived nt [Lawtcy, A. David I Jr. .v
I v contents, and refilled power to bequeath. addition to this effort upon the While, chairman, L. ,
daughters, :Mrs.[ W. W. WigIlinsIrl: mil not hero xtranifer. r
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lohn tlglow.D. .
!I' Realizing these facts it has been I part of the .state association, a state ,
J. R. Brown, Mrs. G. D. Singleton, of j I intends to make Slarke his.
He ,
->Hrators expressed the oplnt ). K.: Knight win granted permiif-
and the object of the Florida Game and 'field agent has I been appointed to aid,
Macon, Ga., :Mrs. G. If. Bennett home and has moved his ,
the "milking" occurred since and Fish! Protective Association to lay a i assist and encourage unorganized permanent ion to conipleti'' somn add/ tlons ulrendv < rt
Starke one
Mrs. J. O. Turner, of family here they ore occupying the Starko house
lime' when the last letitimate ; HtIITlc.nn\ the
foundation during the past year upon counties in tho !state to become"
!'iuwnl'I was! made. No barrel has I sister, Mrs. J. R. Churchill, of :Macon I II which constructive program could i'ganized into county associations. 01'I I Hickey residence,/, Just west of the City Attorney K.: M. Johns presented '

'. "removed from the premises 'I She joined the church at eleven a ( HnptiHt church. Mr. Overslroet in a bill for $(lJO! for services pro e. ,
'I memberof be built and developed in every coun- It Is tho desire of the Florida Game |
!' this period the "milking" is be. I years of age and had been a ty throughout the state of Florida, and Fish Protective Association to I, well known for square dealing and i-uting S. L. Alvarez and" :Mrs. Mottle **

I ."I to have occurred, a watchman the Unadilla Methodist church taken over to "to attain legislation that will better 'have their field l agent specialize In L will!, nn doubt, do well in Starke.1611"r'Is'r Alvarez, and the same was referred Ik'' .

'h' and has been duty and 40 years. The body was : to thu finance committee to take up i
night, on i funeral and secure protection, propagation and 'this.. most important work of conservation -
her old home where the WORSHIP IN nWHmT"J ; "
i 'rovernment gauger has been on Unadilla on perpetuation of wild game, fresh wa- I in order that their repreKent- with the mayor. -
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1 at day I interment took place ter fish and reforestation of the state; 'ativo be in a position to render all :: 1'1"[; !toy Edward presented l n Mil for rohI.GO

The opinion was expressed that Thursday afternoon. to oppose all legislation! inimical the assistance. possible whenever called $ for extra work In making sewer c a

'".. whiskey may have been carried TenS TO CASH thereto; to work for tho establishment upon by active associations or Extensive alterations are being connection for Hoover Bros. Tho '
rr ''in the warehouse in glass contain- ANOTHER: : and maintenance of biological those in line of formation. .same wan referred l to the street com

', such as are used in transporting' SYSTEM stations for scientific propagation of I Sportsmen of Bradford county who I mittee. ,

.1 I= fresh water fish to work for wish to form association on The council adjourned' to October
Smith's Garage adopted the cash game ; I a county I ficer of the Jewish Temple grnciounly I
October 1st. They the establishment of game farms for ; the above lines, are urged\ to take the offered their building' to the Baptist 1th.
CATTLE DIPPING system making it worth whileto the scientific propagation of wild matter up with F. L. Turrur, Starke, folk aa place of worship, until, C. A. FUTCH,
however, Clerk.ALKXANDEIlfJKIFFIS .
are, cash at the time of purchase,I I game; to prevent the sale and com- I within the next few days I I such time as they are nblo to enter y i
'I". farm- pay
'ing the past week or so
their building. Tho first service
for thirty days to. improved
instead of waiting; - -- --- - -- I : :/ : ,
1 sho have interest in the dip-
an held! in tho temple! on Sunday 1
of $1 or was
c> \ lit located southeast of Starke settle. On all purchase EX-GOV: KKNOR: CATTS HERE PRESBYTERIANServices : -I I ; ,
Alexander .
cent of the amount of last, according to the Jacksonville Mr. and, :Mrs.! J. announce

lie Bessont property, have been more bill, 10 is per deducted from the total, papers, and Dr. J. J. Bullen was the engagement and approaching

''v engaged in getting the vat re- I tho worth while saving. This Sidney J. Catts, former governorof in the morning only. the first to appear in the pulpit of ; marriage of their daughter ww

d and in shape for dipping: ac- Ica..h making discount a applies to tIres, tubes, Florida and again a candidate for the temple, being greeted by Inrgn ; V'erna, to Mr. Eugene W Griffin; ,
t'': t "3. The mixture has been plac- Sunday school at 10 a. m. the
and all supplies audiences at both services Dr. Bul the wedding to take place on evening
accessories, oils office arrived in Starke on
gas the

.'I< < the farmers have been running bought at month this cash discount, Thursday. He interviewed some of Uniting with the Methodist church with the First Baptist people, and First. Chrustian church, Jacksonville, $ '

II"' ir cattle through. Everyone of'h'm During a will amount to sufficient our citizens in behalf of his candia the Starko church may be called upon Fla.Friends. 11 ') .

is a staunch believer In the val- in most cases,month's supply of gas. dacy and made a speech in the evenint for the evening service to> lend their pastor again when a I of the couple will learn withInterest

',". of tick control and the improve- to buy a convince yourselfby "' to a crowd of interested hear- T. J. HEDGES, ...--v |needed. And w" ire sure of thi !. "n"
'- t'-I 1r -t..l shows th"t, shev At least you can trial. rs. SLmster.a tnvy aru beg enou*" ..* ". .w unite in wiihu.., tu.m ItMI'VLII".
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-Ill' quors valued at $20,000, were seized here because railroad officials feared lowing r described I situated In Brad ,
1G IIIrMI1111 j ford o'' Florida, to-wlt
p yesterday! at Chester, north of Fer- that many of the bridges might give Nine t'i W aide of Northwest Quarter of
in Short ParagraphsLivTstate : nandina by Fernandina under their Pnuthwvflt' Quarter ex N 1 A forxhurch, Suo.
News Florida policemenand way weight. 17, ;Tp. fl. 8. R. 22 Eat 8 acrpa. WRsGiE1tStf
c ................. agents working out of the Jack- Bridges were carried away by riv- The acid land being: anHesiipd at the date
of tho htsuanro of such ccrtiflcato in the name
f k1 "h'1 sonville emceeSARASOTA ers and creeks! out of their banks in of Fells Goodwlne.

NewsiifttMtMiunw'lttl Nebraska and highways in some sec- according Unless. mild la law certificate tax deed shall will leave be redeemed thereon Take it home

1t ; .J MAN EASY MARK I tions of the state. were under a foot on the 2111h day of October. A. D 1UJ3.Wltmaa .. ',\ti to I
official. ulunutura. and seal this the
..n_*..,' *., a....o-1.aYraYraaM YYaaYaaaYee.aYaa... FOR PROSPECTIVE TENANT:" of water. the 24th day my of S.P....mb..r. A. D. 1! 21.G :!, ., .. '" 1 kids. )\
I 1. W. ALDERMAN: ...
i I Water early today was running I '0'" "-V Have I
p Told by Our Exchanges. (Seal) CUrli Circuit Court. a pac ''Ii, "
from three to six feet in the business Bradford County Fin ,
-_._--- -_. _. .,. Sarusota, Sept. 29.!) -A man calling )I By C. A. KNIGll'r.t I .... -iIf.I 1 your PIK''(:1,1! 1I 1\\
pfGC1L lWill&ll li l llUi lB lb"' @i''A.'t'''''''Ce'-- section of Council Bluffs, and buildings B-2II.GI-10-26 Deputy Clork.
) ; lBlNID1fl01ID himself C. N. Dean and I
fi r w lm= saying than t "- \
1 producing !0,320 pounds of milk ho bond connected with I are coated with u foot of mud. I I evor-rcaoy {I. ,
i(' Last\ week I several panoramic views By / ) was a buyer COMMISSIONER: SALE

t were taken of the! bench during special I land fj2 .31 pounds of butter fat at a New York banking house appliedto Hereby notice is given, that under and by A delicious! c ;
virtue of thnt certain decree of partition
d days when the uttemUnuo of automobile i I three! ;years, four month of age, To- A. D. Edwards, one of the leading mild and entered In the circuit court in and lion and: r''J' :I i

tr. was largo. Under rom>'H Golden Fancy owned by Mend- real estate dealers o fthe city, wanting Judge Wilrneth Goes Home. for Rrmlford county Florida in clinnaery. the teolh r .
visitors ,
I on the 10th day of September!: A. D. l'J21, In J.
of the long pictures which showed : owouk, farms, Barlow, became the to lease a house for the winter for Delbert O. Wllnieth, Judge of the boor. of Emma Norman Cora Norman.. S. ligesiloii.
J ono < Norman Lettio Thomas, and her huftlinnd J.
probably five\ or six thousand cars champion three year old of this state hit mother and sister. He was W'II'I' city court had liwn holding, an overtime f'. ThnmiiH. and Ernept: Normnn and MnrrellNormnn. t R (

v J f that the Leach/ is. "The Mondowoaks herd now hold the dressed, and well spoken, a man < court. Ills wife had 1 Invited I minors, by their next friend, I'mtntiNoriitun. -f-\,.
tho utaU-ment .
t r fi E EJ1 Er was friends for dinner and the judge\ ( was romiilfilnnntii.. and nuuln.it & 13. ...
miles long and from two to junior two ;year old, junior three year preaching middle age, slender ami' 'Norman di-fendnnt the undersigned commmHiotn -
', :forty '' In u hurry to gut In ue. He culled on ni Sill idler and sell ut the front dour _. .
three hundred feet wide at low tide. old and senior four year old championships dark with hair thinning on top and Curtain Pope, who was in charge at of the courthounci In Startle, Bradford county, \
i' ,; It is flat as a floor and hard as rock, of the state. wearing a Charlie Chaplin mustache. the police station, for trHn 1>Ql'tlltion. i I I Florida Momliiy.I during the nth the tiny legal of hours November.of aulo A. on I). $oa.'cd!' l.i: its }

waking the finest speedway' that can Mr. Edwards had a house on the i| The driver of HIP car said he was 1UJ3.hand to tho highest and best bidder for cn_h Purily Paekagoattended ..
in the following. described real
pnld. '
r ;, esI -
be imagined. Weighing more than 1,000 pound water front which he could rent! for not very familiar It II the neighborhood I tnle' Kitunti! and being. in Itriidford county. .--'

and with an estimated age of GOO $1,000 for the season, October to May I where the Judge lives as the Florida to-wltt; -- .' .....
'I 1 out one and two (1 and 2) or thn South .. ..._ ....... .'I I. \
years, a seven-foot trunk back turtle 1"). This was satisfactory to the '! persons living there seldom call on i Hulf of the Suuthiaitt Quarter, of section :Hit, 1 ..... .-" +, -.. '" '
Paul Mark, 27, one of the owners of the police to adjust their rurally differ' /I 'township n. South. Rnnitn 21 tout, eontnln- ... ''' 1..., ,
'! Jacksonville, Rave;\ a party of Miami the buttle stranger who agreed to the terms, n : I| In? 08 .c..... more or I..... Also the followtnirhiirmti f \ \. '......f\.\.....'.". .\... "_., ...,.. .I
Mark's Sample Shop, ea'ell.In.1 It Is i'" slble Hint he was nul towlt : .
their lives Saturday afternoon in tho cash payment of $500::; at once and |ier* > property" I .11>'- -._-- -
his bedroom withy for wlmt The I t One boos*, one, mule onohnf! undivided Interest .
found. dead In responsible happened. "
r 41 was Gulf Htrcam. A harpoon was sunkin $::;00 when possession! was taken. lie > In sugar mill ono auunr boiler one _: : ;.a--
111' tho rubber tube from the gas heater I driver until, an automobile vat parkedIn Hinule home wnunn one McCormlck mowing j. : .
the turtle's neck, which failed to had n draft for $700 with him, which I, machine and rake. ...o! ; V" ::;
moth home
dead front of theV 11 so
Ho had / I
between his lipn. For than two hours the I Anyone dcwirlnu to bid on said personal .
1 stop it. more I he persuaded Mr. Edwards to accept stopped In front of the hence ne'rtdoor. -
hours when found. I property can ace same at any time at the
J el for several boat was towed by the big turtle andit and nay him the difference. In his defense, the judge saysthe I residence resilience being of the about late six R. miles G. Norman aurthwoat. said of the B. Y. P. U. at U: ?,

was not until n dozen or more rifle I Two or three hours later the Dank I two houses are nllk. At any rate, Starke. Sunday night.

Lighting a match to look at the bullets! were pumped into its head of Sarasota received a wire from the lit Is suM, the Judge carefully removed' A.E.': S.M.CREWS.N. JOHNS. Miss' Lucile Harrcll attcmlc, ,i ,V !

"+' gin has almost been worn out a1 a that tho turtle was quieted.A New York bank upon which the draft hIs overshoes on his neighbor's door. D. WAINWRIOHT.Commisalonen.. party given at Mrs. Orrie Cols"1J i

f joke, but a negro" in liartow tried the was made that C. N. Dean was unknown mat and walked' In on> them unceremo A. 7.. ADKINS.Complalnanta. Friday night.

> ; trick and there( department had the protest from fishermen at Fer- to them. At the Watrous, the nlously.-Jndlannl'ollfl. : Solicitor 0-28-61-11-2 I ,

(' 1 ,, called out. The upholstering and nandina that liquor pirates were interfering hotel where Dean had registered, it Century of British Artist NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED :! ZIFF I

woodwork were soon ablaze from fireworks with their daily labors off was found that he had checked! out a The Royal Society! of IJritlHh, Artists UNDER GENERAL SECTION STATUTES 675 OF THE

I shooting from the tank Tho the coast of Florida; has been made few minutes after he left Edwards, la making preparation to hold an exhibition Notice U hereby given that U.I E. Knight I y

turned chemical hose' on public by F. A. Haseltine, divisional hired taxi and had to Tampa.Mr. purchaser of tax certificate No. 300 dated the Ziff Oct. G. Ziff k
fire a come school
4' wagon a In celebration of Its one hun 4th day of July A. U. 1UJ1. hue filed said is pr''.',r.
I !, r the blaze and, extinguished the fire prohibition chief Edwards notified the authori I dredth( anniversary. The society will certificate in my office, and haa made application i sing nicely under the manaltl'lt\', i
for tax deed to uiaue In accordancewith
1 with little loss. / ties. A "M,... Strickland," who came i exhibit works by members nail exhibitors law. Said certificate embraces the followlnv :: Miss Vera Surrency, with an >'I i n, II.i l.
r almost ranging over the hundred years described property, situated In Bradford ,
here with Dean was hysterical meat of 31 pupils.
Clarence Greene, negro gunman, county, Florida, to-wltt 1 i
n ': of its existence. The tracing; of works N. :2S A of hlInrt"r of South.
when she found that he had She
t G'o.V.. Kendall, a resident of the who says he killed a white woman gone. 1 of Importance by some of the past exhibitors west a, Tp. 7, S. It. 'II R, 25 i iacres. I I Miss Ollie Kelly, of Urooker, .
her bill took the bus lino for I' 4\1.jh: ra.ic'I.? '' I
and ,
fi t Annutalagga Hammock was found and two white men at Green Springs paid presents luuny dlfllcultlei and land being assessed at the Saturday and Sunday here witl \ .
date of the Issuance of such certificate In ,
dead in the wood near his home, his three years ago: died in Indianapolis Tampa. Mr. Edwards says he Is not I the society would, be Kind to helfr of the name of Henry Mitchell 8r. !, Starling.

body lying beneath a large tree. He Tuesday in a /gun duel with a patrolman surprised at being buncoed, but is j I owners ( preferably In or near 'London cording Unless to said'law certificate tax deed shall will be iasue redeemed thereon ao. I,I Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyal, Opil,I sod' I

had been cutting rails for several whom he shot to death, and surprised that as quick a worker as j) on account of the difficulty of transport I on Witness the 8th day official of October signature, A. D.and 1823.seal thla I Pens! Lewis attended the commtnnat

days prior to his' death. a detective who was seriously wound Dean should have spoiled a good field I ) \vlio would be willing to lend the 6th day my of September. A. D. IM23.\ I' ( Long Bridge Sunday.
r ) for so small a killing! He also realizes ,! examples by the following artists : I" G. W. ALDERMAN, j

a I" Mrs. Grace E.-Oswald was found i' ed. the advice of the old cattleman: j)I II. Potter Henry OuwsonV.. J. By Clerk C. A.Circuit KNIGHT.Court, i Mr.\ and Mrs. R. B. Thoman"i .

h "Remember, when you're playing/ ] Muller, J. Clo\"er. Ueorge, Hunter, Kate 9-7-6t-10-B. Deputy Clerk. daughter, Hazel, were guests of Mr
St. Cloud Monday The first carload of avocados ship-
li dead in her home at with that is all Greenauuy, D. Roberts "I dlnbur h and Mrs.\ II. E. Thomas, of Br..kc..,. f
poker stranger
suspended from a from Miami to California will
the body being ped RO:
I Castle From the Urus: Jlnrket" (exhibited persons Indebted to the estate of Cora Saturday.Bill .
know about him.
I ; bedpost by a necktie about the neck. forward tomorrow. The fruit is of the 1SCI2): :;:), n. B. avls' "Coronation Talbert Holloway. late of Bradford. county. I J
Florida deceased will pay ouch Uebta Sortie I Hines, of Cooter Pond, '\i' r
No cause of her snicidfc could be Trapp budded variety and were raised Procession of II. M. King William IV" with and all persons having claims against
learned. by Dade county growers. HALF MILLION PROPERTY (exhibited 1S32):;:).-London Observer. said estate shall file the same duly) authentt.cated visiting friends here Sunday .iftc,
with the undersigned administrator, I
within two years from August 14. 1028 or ]I i +
I they will be foreter barred I i Harry Howard pent a few day !
The body of James Robinson was John S. Sheritt, Columbus, Ohio, NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED BOYD W. HOLLOWAY.Administrator iJ
Cloudburst and Tornado Wreaks Havoc UNDER SECTION 575 OF THE last week at Fairbanks with hi. I' .
:found at the foot of a broken ladder! insurance man, announced today that Estate Cora Talbert Holloway. .
1 ut the rear of his homo near Homeland he had Bold a policy for $1,000,000 issued at I Different Points I Notice li GENERAL hereby Riven STATUTES that T. J. Alderman I deceased. 8-17-1)1-10-1 they, !Mrs. E. Howard.
I rurehaner of tax certificate No. 221 datethe Miss Rhoda Thomas is
1 with the skull crushed. It is by the Missouri State Life Insurance 7th day of July, A. 1910. haa filed aaldccTtitlcnto BRADFORD spending k
I thought that the top of tho ladder company on the life of G. F.. I Omaha, Neb., Sept. 29.-Seventeen ,;: In my ;elJ.and Ice I n-mlo apimcfttton this week at Pine Hill with her _i-'r.j

{ ; snapped off and that he either fell or Marrick, of Miami. The policy is believed known dead, three missing and more I I with I law.for Sni.l tax ciTtillciite dued to laaue embraces in. accordance the following I I Bradford, Oct. 5Mr. and Mrs. C. l I Mrs. Debbie Shaw.
than dozen and dencrihiil property situated in Bradford 1 C. F. Litchfield and of ri.u, ,
a seriously injured a sons,
jumped, striking an iron boiler nearby to be the largest ever issued. County. Florida, to-wlt M. Andreu and daughter, !Mrs. S. C.
property damage estimated at more I Went Half, of Northwest Quarter and North were visiting at the home of ;-: I
which crushed his head.i the life of
an Andreu and N. G. visitors I
by a single company on welt Oilarti-r of Southwest Quarter S.... 6. Hayes, were -
i individual. than half a million dollars was the Tp 8. S. R. 22 Eaat. 120 acre. to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. Prescott Sunday evening.
"t is being strained to toll of a cloudburst and tornado which I The Bald land being. amenieil. at the date J. B. Thomas was attending to !61' I i-
1 Every nerve -- of the Irauanee of uch certificate in the namo O. C. Scarborough, who has
t the finishing touches and man's at visited western Iowa and eastern Nebraska of Mel...... Mfg Co. Incas in Gainesville WednesdayMr .
r 1 complete While amputating a leg a been visiting her parents here returned
last night. Unl<... aid certificate shall be redeemed and Mrs. Frank
rF., ( get the monster electrically driven Tampa sanatorium Saturday Dr. G. according. to law tin ileed. will I..lie thoreon to Jacksonville last week, accompanied Stokes and 't>r ."

mill of the Cummer Cypress Co., ut II. Altree, CO, one of the founders of At Counil Bluff, Iowa, where a tor- i on Wltncu the 211th day of October. A. D. 1029.. by her brother, C. H. Andreu. of Gainesville, were visiting relatu.1h..re .
my official alxnatura and > at this I
nado struck after 9 oclock last .
Lacoochee ready for operation. Crews the hospital, Buffered a heart attack shortly the 24th day of September A. D 1112A.!) Among; those attending services at Thursday.Miss
at night, five persons are known to be I O. W. ALDERMAN. Vera Surrency spent theM, I
r of mechanics and electricians are und died almost instantly. The surgeon (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Sardis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. "

j, work night and, day to complete the / sank to the floor with n knife in dead, three missing and five seriously I' II Bradford County. Fla. M. IInrrell, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. liar- end at Pine Hill with home-folks

task. his hand. His brother, who was assisting injured and property damage esti- 0-2H.Bt-10.26 y C. A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk. I roll' Misses Geneva and Lucile liar Quite a number of young folks attended -
mated at more than $250,000. the at the home of '11
in the operation, sought to re I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAT DEED rell, Marie Robarn and Lottie Gain-
t Sheriff Elli, of Escambia county, vive him but failed. Eight mourners were drowned at UNDER SECTION 575 OP THE ey and Mrs. Ollie Thomas.C. and Mrs. Shirah Friday night.

I. shot and instantly killed by Susic Louisville, Neb., when the house in GENERAL STATUTE
wan I Notice la M. and S. C. Andreu and fam-
hereby given that W. T. Weeks.
t. i McCIane, GO, when the officer at- Mrs.. Nuncy Tillis, 62, of Jackson which the body of Mrs. Mary McCraver purchaser of tax certificate No. 248 dated ilies were in Brooker Sunday eve- Colds Cause Orip and Influenza
to arrest her on charge of when she fell lay, was washed into Milt Creek the 4th day of July A. D. 1921. haa filed f LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablets remove'
tempted ville, who was injured said certificate In my office and b.. made application ning.; 4 | *:
in which became raging torrent having for tax deed to issue in accordance cause. Thor. la only ono "T-n"* Qultu
the a
of court and woman
contempt while avoiding being struck by an au- N. G. Hayes and Cephus Harrell
with law. Said certificate embrace the tIT: GROVE'S .'IUn Mr on bo*. Sue.
risen five feet in less than
turn was hot to death by policemen tomobile, died Sunday at St. Luke's an fol- \.
-- ------ ---
f when hour, following a cloudburst.Dr. ------ --- ----- -
who accompanied the sheriff, hospital from pneumonia, a complication -

t = they fired Into the house. The policemen which arose when her right lung A. A. Ward, a physician of -- -- --- - -- -- --- --

began firing when they saw the was punctured by a broken rib. Marquette, Neb., on his way to makea -_ T -- .

,.I I"" sheriff fall. According to police the professional call, was killed when

woman has been suffering from an Rufus Allen, 26, was! found dead blinded by rain and hail, his car skid T- !f:

; affected mind. Groveland Monday ded and turned over.
I I'f near the depot at
!! I Persons living near Salt Creek, in
with a bullet hole over his heart. The 1 < ,

f J.1. Work has been started at Trilby on young man went to Groveleand to get the western part of Lincoln Neb.,

1 j' the erection of a plant for the icing married Monday. On his arrival he were forced to flee to higher ground

.i', of fruit and vegetables handled by the found his brother quarreling with S. when that creek, which at this time of K
t will be year is dry, left its banks.
1"" A. C. L. The new plant one L. Jones over money matters which

t., er the most complete and up to date ended in a fight. Later, he took up Several trains out of this city for ;:

in the South. the quarrel with Jones and followed Kansas City and Chicago remained I
;. him to the station. Hearing three .
Two canning factories, at Homestead shots fired in quick succession, citizens --:; .- -- ---

and Naranjn, will be ready to rushed I to the building and found NEW PRICES"Effective i iI

)r begin canning grapefruit about December the young man dead, a revolver lying :
1st, furnishing employment ; close by. Jones was not seen, but Severe
to a largo number of workers. later surrendered to the police, claim- I

r lI I 1 ing he shot Allen in self defense. October 2 I ..,

R. C. Grice, fireman of Millville, Indigestion

', one of the men who was burned by an E. O. Klung, chief steward of the Runabout .1

k I explosion in the engine room of the freighter Westhematite, committed I Reg. $265
shipping board steamship Rayon Chi- suicide by jumping overboard and de bdl 1 ..ta4. .Tsar Mvere tltaelu ol Car
.. .: write Mr. M. H. Touring Reg. $295
.o at tea Sunday, died in a Tampa liberately keeping his head beneath Wade, I firmer, of R. P. D. I I. ,

hospital Tuesday. I the water, the captain of the ship re- Weir, Ml**. "1 wouM, Milter Electric Starter with abov. 65.00 !
ported when ho arrived at Key West for moatii.au time. Alit .,.. Demountable Rim with above 20.00
eat WM a Uttta bread tat

..........._...._.__.g._-_.. .. .g.g.-1mmII! His body was recovered a few min butter consequently I ufler4 Coupe $525.
i utes after he jumped over the side,, from weakness. I would try

I but he could l not be revived. I. eat than the terrible cuffer- : Sedan ((4 door) $685
Inf !I. my stomach I I took!:
General mi..icl.u". but did not get any Chassis Regular $230
The state supreme court has has belter. The druggist recom- ,

(. InsuranceAND extended until November 21 the time ; Ton Truck Chassis $370

limit allowed counsel to file a peti- mendedThedford's

tion for a new trial in the case of Fordson Tractor 420ABOVE

Thomas W. Higginbotham, who was
convicted in Lake City in July of second

Real[ Estate degree murder, in connection BLACK-DRAUGHT The new Ford prices announced above represent a marked reduction on

with Dixie the death convict of Martin Tabert in a each model and establish a new low level of prices in the history of the

county camp. I and 1 decided to try tt, for, M Iay
I had tried other for two Ford Motor Company.

As an added convenience to farm-, | or more years without any improvement

PEEK & BURNS"Not era who patronize the Alachuit county found the in Black-Draught my health. I soon was To insure early delivery, place your order at once

: creamery company, a 10,001) egg acting on my liver and easing
incubator has been ordered and will the terrible pain.
too big for small business ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHTAuthorized
be installed immediately upon its ar "In two or three weeks I
nor too small for big business"Your found I could go back to eating..
rival. I only weighed 123. Now I
weigh 147-eat anything: I want Dealers
Business U Cordially So- The Conners Highway, a 60 mile to and by I to king Black-Draught

licited. ribbon of macadam through South Ido not ufier.
Have you tried Thedford'
Florida's swamps, connecting Okee- Black-Draught: ? If not, do M Lincoln FordsonCAA8TKUCXS.TRACTOW.
i Office with C. L. Peek & Son hobee with West Palm Beach will be today.

completed by December 15th, at a Over 3 million package sold ..
: Telephone 63 cost of nearly 3000000. a year. At dealers'

Hundreds of quarts of choice lie -- -

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nth ,


OCTOBER 5, 1923. r
h' s
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\ Dear Mabel: I Thanks I'll in and 'ou'' ;: ::; -
I sir drop see > here Tuesday. .
f l/12Cle .Jdn! 4iij1rgEquENTLY I I am /greatly distressed ut a seeming some time. i i A iro\\d of our young folks enjoyed The Woodlot. PREVENTS! IMTCT10XTJif + .. Ik;

I coldness on the part of my hush I La\\'.\er-Why-er -yes. But makeit +u huh frat Sampson Lake Sat- for The farm uoiulliii etui furnish work in tlio nmrvi'loiirt greatest discovery lioronono in, a flesh propnnition honling 'e";ra')!{r

TH86AME +md. U'hen wo were first married in the day tinm.iUAHA.M. urdu 11 IK lit. men nnd lentil during the wluteluiontlis that comes( in liquid and |owder form. ;,
and I was a slender slip of u girl, he I 1'rcvs ? hen utli<'i' work (lit fmircu. lie- It in. n combination. treatment. (tint\ notfinlv :,,,
--- --- Levy ull, of XilV, was in Cii-a-
1SN'1 WORTH Rides ulilUiK tlu tanner the Labor
I was very demonstrative. He I I on ) purities (lie wound, ,! of germs that
always ham i
( j j Saturday afternoon. question theixxllul, eiin supply u por- rattan mfeition but it bents tho tlesh, with
THe ScANDALII I culled/ me "little one" and would hold Tmmnn Dyul and, family, of Ziti, tion of the liiillillni! miiterlnl the bulk rxtrnordinnreed.| Had wounds ur>

me on his knee for hours. We were Graham, Oct. 6.-Marvin Ogden/ :I] spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. of t tint repair" I mnlerlnl i I I timl.1 n law! pnr t. cuM. which take weeks to heal with tltn j'

so happy. 1 am now twice the woman who is emploed in the A. C. I. shopsat and, Mrs. O. W. Pyal. I, If not till ui the furl used ou the nv- ordinary the powerful liniments mlltieni't'meml, quickly' under,
I was then. I in Germ, In ,aiMtttim 1 the well of HIM wonderfulremedy.
weigh at 200 Ibs. stage -kcpl
J. I. Ogden visitor
to .
High Cooler
Springs, spent the week-end was a 1'nre (II liquid'' ) :'tOf,60o and$1.20.
yet he no longer held me on his knee woodlot may be made u source of outside Powder 30o and COe.
with his Pond
I o e"ae parents, Mr. and !Mrs I. I.. Saturday evening. Sold by :
| and never calls me little one. lIe has Ogden.Mr. Mr. and Mrs It. B. Adams and lit- I UM or lemon fuel wooil.I tliinuKh salts of timber, I' All Drug Stores .c:,.yadM:;"'\1""

no call to freeze up on me, tho miserable and Mrs. D. J. Byrd and son, tit son, John' made a business trip '.-...

I little worm-he only weighs Schell, and daughter, Mrs. Rufus to Starko Saturday evening. '

115 Ibs. on the hoof. I'll give you Jones, attended the union meeting at'I I' Tom Mills was attending to business .

my word he's not much to look at. China Grove in Starko Saturday morning.I _._ _... .
Between you and mo, Mabelmindyou I I Era "......... ".-...-...... .- -...' "'T.'I: -_' ..--_ ".,#o"' "
I Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and, daughter, Mrs. Roberts, of Lake Wales, ,-' k_ ',. _. .. ....
: '
.... : "
I say this entirely without ma- Evelyn, of Waldo, spent the weekendat was tho guest of her son, Roy Rob- ; .'.., .:.- k -'IiI, ", J ''';;;- 'i"
lice-he's a hair stripe. He should l the home erts, Jr., : "
Saturday. '
of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. : "
grow cold and hand me the Klondike Dyul. I Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Starling, Mr. ;i1: : .. :-j :;;i !

shimmy. I'd can him tomorrow, only Misses Marcia Turner and niece, Bill Thomas and daughters, of Coo- =.-.... ,,=,--.--- :<" ',' .
Home Town Business :Man ho's a real good check signer. I'll Miss Wilma Maines, of Louise, were ter Pond, were among the visitors to ; '. ryi9 t1

hand him that. You know all about 'shopping here Frida yafternoon.Ed Graham Saturday. '" .. ..-..: .. ,',
Happiness belongs to the firm of"tch men and their weighs Mabel. .. < ft.. ---1> "
What .. "!
Smith .
of Gainesville, spent the Friends of Mrs. R. W. Surrency will ... .,II>< .., -\
and Waite. would do? ; :; ;
\\ you Ellle D. week-end with friends here. be to know that she is able be '!.
glad to
;; "'"' ., .,;o".ri'-. .....dIJ:
\jlihated with Attitt, Early and "' < ,.. '" .
Mr. and r. .
Dear Elite: Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Edna out /I lIin. of., ........ !.Ii
i r..1)W You Dukes attended the convention at Mrs. Marshall Burgess: of Cardova .. .
must lined
: >
up against an ,
of house (
Director the of ioo 4
a ,
awful proposition. Any man who Long Bridge Sunday. Ala., who has been visiting her mother <'*, --, .it
,'J l I'airitt.' -:<- er -I It ...
\'nl President of the of will cease holding his 200 Ib. wife on Miss Leila Dryden spent the past Mrs. R. W. Surrency, during her .s. :,.: .. '

\ Beuritt. company his 115 Jb. knee must be u waster week with her sister, Mrs J. D. illness, returned home Monday.Mr. ,. ',:,
1 i nd Crews.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart of fu \ -. ',"
and beef so expensive and all. The ,/::\ '
7 only thing to do, if you want to hangon and Mrs. J. D. Crews are the Brooker, made a business. trip over "". :
An Important Detail to Henry, is. to reduce. lIe doesn't proud parents of a girl, born, Friday to Graham Sunday afternoon I ..I iy ,, ';;, EI EIy I t .

11, movie director wan taking; an seem ,to appreciate volume. Reduce! September 21st. Messrs., DulTie Abernathy and Ellis I ," ,, ...' ,

.1. ". .1 .scene.li Not all over at once, but an inch ata Mr. and Mrs Chesley Fogg and lit- Starling, Misses Bunio Graves and v -- .A _

> Dare," ,he directed, "in this time. Read all the ads in the Sunday tle son, Jewett, were shopping in Edith Brown attended the movies in ;?o:;; ... '

k "I die lion is to pursue you forM Supplements Buy everythingthat Gainesville Frid.iy. Starke Saturday night/ s Marc Grip the Road! ..
'''", ;VI't.:' comes in bottles for tho purpose. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry anddaughters Miss ;Mamie Mills spent Sunday in on .

z j J' ,vu hundred feet?" interrupted Wear every appliance that is recommended Thelma and Dorothy, at- Itrooker with relatives.
t ,.ui or.i. from an assafoetida amuletto tended the convention at Long Bridge Miss Maltie Ogden/ who is teaching wick oitr", wheel brakes !'

r -, and no more than that-unumd a rubber union suit. Take some- Sunday. at the Prevntt school, spent tho
'.' ?" thing inwardly and rub something on Miss Thelma Brown celebrated her weekend with her parents, Mr. and, Buick four-whrc-1. brakes give all 192 Buick cum twice w,
amount of grip the
1\ mini thereby doiihlinK their
i ut" hero nodded. "Yea, I under- the outside. If you're not reduced in tenth birthday Friday< afternoon. A Mrs. I. L. Ogden. braking ride cit. l It I Is the tiiilion or (grip of the tire on s ,

' ( ,t. but does the lion?" tonnage, you will be in purse. Then, number of her little friends were invited the road nirfuce that brakes or Blown duwn the car. + t"'

all else failing, try holding the and after several games, enjoyed THE FLORIDA SANITARIUM: Buick four.wheel rakrs not only provide UKrrnter power ,. '
An Iloneset Merchant thought. Mabel. Ii IiJt delicious refreshments> served to ntoj in cnne 01 l .emergent but, bet.nuse of thin four- I
by the hostess' mother, Mrs. A. Florida Sanitarium and llosoital, wherl rood grip, reduce HkiJitiiiK ilungm to a minimum.
i 'turner- you guarantee
Brown. In turning Buick fnur \.h..1 brake construction automatically sl
Orlando Fla. Medical
surgical, maternity
era all wool? Dumb Dan's House Prof. and Mrs. J. A. Wasdm, of releases whichever Is the outside, or gulling
Mi ,hant--Vell, 1 vouldn't tlctheive capacity 100 patients. Equipment front wheel *) It U Instantly reiiponaive to the titrrringmechanism.
Son (sticking head through door) Kaiford, spent the week-end with his modern, rest, diet, physiological .
the buttons is brass sir. ,
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-Hey, Pop, the garbage man is here. parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Wasdm.Messrs. therapeutics. Unexcelled in tho south Buick four.wheel brake construction, dmtrlbtitei braking I

Father (still shaving-Tell) him Harry Eddy, Lee Dyal and I east. 5-25-tf. friction over four drum and four wheels. This reduce
The Servant M
Question we don't want any today. Everett Wasdm, Misses Estelle Was- wear. on brake lining sal tires, thereby Mnurlng their

In India she had Mahmut, a Uabu din and Ruby Dval attended the con.m_ A TONICOrove' longer life and greater efficiency with fewer ajjuitmentt I r'

", ', as bervant. He had been with vention ut LongDrldge Sunday.;; Tasteless chill Tonic Buick four-whrrl t brnkes [on nil models] together with.. tcountless
Pets Must Exercise : restoresEnergy
n i liiout a month when he asked for Leroy Wasdin, who is teaching! at other distinctive features of the 1924 car :
and Vitality by Purlfyiiix and further establish Buick HH the Standard of Comparison x
of absence, in order, he said, to It was on a city sido street leadingto Palestine, was visiting relatives here Enriching! the Blood. When you feel itsstrengthening 1 ; ,

.. /it mm. to see his wife. Babu boys the four-foot square of green grass this week-end. invigorating effect, see howIt EISNt, !

.t'' iituiated in the native English culled a park that an awkward youth School is progressing/ nicely under brings color to the cheeks und howit Ri

ii, and they are particularly carried a bird cage in which sat a tho management/ of Prof end Mrs. improves the appetite you VIm then I

J'' .l l of their ability to both write contented Tom cat. A. J. Thomas! and Miss Leta Fogg.Prof / appreciate its true tonic value. \

I i peak the English language. "What are you doing with that cat and Mrs. A. J. Thomas spent Grove's Tasteless chill Tonio Is .simply LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY '

\t'\", > they may be. The following is in a cage?" asked Nosey. the week-end at their homo near Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. Snpleusunl J M. Smith Mgr. 1.

I .. nple: "Taking the missus' bird out fora Starke. even children like it. Hit bluoi, ,,. Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties tt' / ,'f r tr'

t1' niinut had overstayed his leave nairing," was the reply I The Tip Top literary society will needs QUININE:< to Purify it end, IKON to .-- ,-- ?

I \ weeks when this letter arrives "Where's the bird?" render a program at the schoolhouse Enrich it. I Destroys Malarial germs am When better automobiles; are built, Bnick will build them id'1 4? +

"Inside the cat." Friday afternoon Everybody is in- Grip germs by its, Strengthening|(, Invlgo' .1 t

.:ht priestess of the Sun, Moon In a short while the youth returned vited. :aunrf t Elf"l" ,0," '
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:as :ftuhib: "Where to now, Simple?" again C. Barry attended cthe convention at -

absence is impossible. Some asked Nosey. Long Bridge/ Sunday.Mr. ; I r

i it-moved my wife. By G-t "Taking the missus' cat home." and Mrs. Henry Padgett, for-

.innoyed. "\\here's the cat?" merly of Graham, were visiting rela-)

than "Inside the dog. hi
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Mahmut." Giddap, Napoleon.
Robs Calomel of '*

We've Heard Thin Before .
Oh, That's Different! I
The maple It)nip's runnin', Nausea and DangerMedicinal
Gabb-She wears a smile that We've honey store(1 "IIway. war

unto off. Wattles are a delightful dish

l' ub-Well, you can't say that On a cool October day. Virtues Retained and Im

ncr complexion. And so Is "punkin" pie. proved-Dangerous and Sickening Had Advertise
Qualities Removed. Perfected Tablet to
Unexpected Expense "
Just Like That called "Calotahs. ,
.'1'uther But how can you sup- Crabby Diner-Well, if this is I I J k

m>. daughter, Mary, on $18 a chicken, I'm an old fool. The latest triumph of modern sci-

Sweet Young Waitress-Quite rightsir. ence is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab- have always advertised +1

I lor" -Surely you don't intend to ICs chicken. let known to the drug trade an "Culo- MEN

Mary arid me rent? tubs." Calomel, the most generally themselves and their 11 *
useful of all
Something to Attain medicines thus enters on I
:\laJneticlabeI's: :Mail a wider field of popularitypurifiedand
Jones-What is your highest am- deeds then their :
religion :
from those objectionable ; ;
"n don't know anything, nsk Ma- bition?

bel. She'll tell you Bones--To be as good as the man qualities which have heretofer limitedits i
use. I their and
Mabel( : my wife says she could have marriedif today products I
In biliousness, constipation, head.
i' 1 should the she hadn't married me.
drop glove in
my aches and indigestion and in
', a great business.
a strange picks
variety of liver, stomach and kidney
for me, what should I do and I

On the other hand, if a strange Burglar (to lawyer who has just sdiaftll troubles remedy calomel, but was(U the use most was often suc- fJThe] most effetivc f adver-

man should save me from be-

lied by a speeding automobile, SOME GOOD ADVICE qualities./AeglecteJ on Now account it is of the its easiest sickening and tising today; is through the ",t S41

should I conduct myself? I
most pleasant of medicines to take.
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Timid: Timid. Gtrengthened by Etarkei Experience One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow I, printed word --- and right ::4>'

I the first Kidney disease i!> ton dangerous to of water-that's al.!! No taste I there is where
case simple girlish qualified
a "
we are
neglect. At the. Hint lgn or backache \ no griping, no nausea, no .alts. A *
is all that Is necessary. You good nights sleep and the next *
head.ichi diz uy, Oh, sir, if think best. to 3
I you disorders you should give the weakened Ing you are feeling fine, with a clean serve you.
f to the idea that
course convey Kidneys prompt attention. liver, a purified system and a big ap *.
"'es are your own, and not the the diet lake thing easier Eat should
Lighten petite. what you please. No fJEvery] printed 'page I
Hut if, on the other hand, as There's no other kidney meillclne S<> be f
Calotaba are sold only in original, a pleasing picture 0 1
1 ,
aptly put it, a strange gentle- well recommended as Do.in's Kidney
tr drags you out from under the Pills Stark people rely on tbem.lIere' sealed packages, price thirtyfivecents f
ink and illus-
,. for the large family type
hoofs of a maddened automobile one of the many statements package, paper,
''' ,* from Starke people. ten cents for the small, trial package.
glance into the mirror at the
trations. We make it
:' "'1 K of your vanity case to assure W. E. Dtiuglietty. minister Cherry Your druggist is authorized to refundbe can !5 !
St., lays: "I 1 suffered from terrible I thoroughly delighted with Calo-
Ir elf that is
s' -niKht your complexion on backaches caused by malirta. I the price as a guarantee that you will so for you, if you let us help v *
and then smile pleasantly *
could not work much In my gardenon -fi
-(Adv.) --13t
uni! lay-right there in the middle of account of the terrible pains In plan your printing job. "ft

th traffic_"May I have the pleasure i the small of my back. The kidney accretion
'If .:, 'wing to whom I am indebted?" passed too alien and they
"11 forget the whom-it's so class.r" were the color of red brick. A friend '

I t.. speech I ia recommended to ev- laid me to try Plan's Kidney Pills Bradford County Telegraph J

">rv' ,ne, because one never knows and two brxes took the pain from ; ; _
*'r back and fared the oecrettons. -
n one may be called upon to speak my
"* I wan cur, d of the attack." y e
'mporaneously like and It's so em- ,
"" 60c. at all doilem" Potter .sllbuna: I
"a'ting to get gummed up In one'sm 1. ,
'., Co., Mfrs Buffalo.. N, Y.
a such an occasion. Mabel. I .. i

,pNOARD fOR g VEARS A Fine Tonic. .

1AIIi' ERSf7IITI1'S Builds You Up We '
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'. 'CR. The eclwonn, fatal to alfalfa and I of evening worship. Hereafter it will the wreck, the latter actually issuingthe
j Bradford County Telegraph other plants, in two years has spread be 7:30.: | order for a change of course.
1 Edward II. Watson chief of ,
: .' .. .. from Eastern Oregon to Californiaand | Cupt. ,
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:: ;= Colorado. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS I I the ill-fated eleventh squadron, told I

.I Published weekly and entered as Kansas, great alfalfa state, Colorado ; the court yesterday that he himself I II

', class' matter at the post and other states should fight this E.: :1. Johns. KH(|., to Prosecute County -I hud made the decision to turn eastward '
; .rconJ
i enemy at: they would Asiatic cholera. Whiskey CItHeR : despite radio warnings that A homely expression, yet one I

JI.. office at Starke Florida. This tiny, deadly past might cost tho [ they were too far north, and that Lt. that signifies, and the spirit of Independence ?
a rugged
1' iI t- ':farmers hundreds of millions yearly. Tho board of county commission Commander Hunter had 1 issued the to accomplish the farthest
II MATTHEWS.: ] ( Editor and Owner I -0I ers of Bradford county, Florida, met order to change course at 'J o'clock ends for the greatest good. To I

P I 'cstordav, you could buy a thousand In regular session Monday, October1st ) in accordance with his instruction, be personally reliant ; to be upstanding '-.t"
y FKITY In 1911\) for which he assumed full tesponsibihty. and steadfast; to grapple I..r ,
'i PUBLISHED EVERY million marks for $100. 1)23!) with all members present, the problems that "tangle"/
one thousand million marks wero as follows: J. it!. Brownlee! chair- and "snarl," nnd force their ,
-- '- I worth 20000000.: German money, man, Louis H. Hill, S. J. Prescott, So anxious was Captain Watson t< solution. ;

w yl SUBSCRIPTION( : RATE then worth two and one-half million James Reynolds and II, I' Gainey. make clear that he made this critica1 A "SAVINGS ACCOUNT" Is the "'

t, + s Per Year _____________________$2.00 ,I dollars, is worth $1 now. hat's what' Minutes of last meeting read and decision that he asked tho court stenographer greatest aid to "hoeing your own drow.
thatwon't to read brick his testimony ." It makes the
t war does when you lose. But approved. row BO much
..- discourage tho next war-like Pension claim of Mrs. Hrma J. 'so that there might bo no mistake in easier to hoe. It builds charac
LABOR'S SHARE of the record.i ter; inspires thrift; strengthens
ls, ti nation. Bryan for state pension as widow i hope and promotes happiness.

U. R. Bryan, decclsed, presented and SAVINGS, once given
w It takes 03 1-2 dozen, or 7C2 eggs, The castle of Wartborg\! closed approved. B. WILLMMS: I'UKCH\SE3 nn impartial trial,

to pay o plasterer for one Jay's work for lack of money to l keep< it in repair Name of J. II. Wilson dropped from ,, CROWDEIt I5RICIC UUILDINi) :. ( never requires further

1' cf eight hours. The public, can no longer: sco the room 'pauper roll, he having died.1.I I recommendations.Make = n
It takes 17 1.2 bushels. of corn, or in which Luther translated the Bible, j Tho pauper allowance of O. B. Will Open I'p-tu-date l Dinging Room this 4' C_ t 1

a year's receipts from half nn Hereof nor the big black spot, on the wall ( Sweat and! Susan Sweat raised to $5:; 1 in !Near Future Bank your ".- ,r
"thrift I y=
j shop.
y land, to pay a bricklayer one day.It made by him when ho threw tho inkwell I per month, each. I A small a t

I takes 23 chickens, weighing 3 at the devil. Pauper allowance of, Wade Wynn A deal was closed Wednesday whereby amount will _
11+ + pounds each, to pay a painter for one American Lutherans perhaps will I' rained I to $."> per month. A. B. Williams becomes owner of startth0 l i Mtl rt)' ',
J day's work in New; York. contribute to repairing the old 1 castle Mrs Laura D. Finley] placed upon the F. A. Crowder brick building on account; d, ltAt msd r'L r -

9 t It takes forty-two pounds of butter and, supply ink to freshen up the Ink I pauper roll at $5:; per month.L. Call street, at present occupied b.\ I

or the output from fourteen cows, stains, which have doubtless. been Gray placed upon pauper roll\ at I I Mr. Crowdur's mercantile busme-s ,

'ggg' fed and milked for 21 hours, to PRY a made fresh many a time In the past. per month. This is the second time this property j

I lLr+ plumber $14 per d.iy. It illI pity to let old stories die. 1$3 The following were placed upon the has changed hands within a year, I HIE u.lrOl: \: STARKEi
f L It takes a hog weighing 17."i; pounds -0- pension roll. 1 each time at a satisfactory profit to
lie'Dank of SvmSTAHKE. k '
: Helpful
8 representing$ eight month feedingand American school children saved $!),- Mrs. R. J. Oliver, of Brooker, $3 the seller. i

4 1 cure, to pay u carpenter for one >500,000> in the last school year. Tho I per month. Mr. Williams plans to overhauland FLA.

duy's work. money is nothing, tho saving habit Is Mrs. R. L. Dean, of Starke, $3 per remodel the lower floor and convert -
'' ', And 1 still labor kicks. It's not getting everything.To month. ,I it into an up-to-date dining room

I s r its share. There Is u reaction teach children that poverty is Mrs. Mabel. Oberst, of Starke, $3 The upper floor will be converted Into -

; coming.i It ill bound to come. Uuel ,, slavery, and can be avoided by reasonable per month. I' large, comfortable bed rooms .
quid distribution of earnings, whether is the first duty of Mrs. Alice Rogers of Starke, $5 ------ --
t saving, These rooms, in addition to his rooming .
: M a3flla' r ....'+' "' ." .127tl1JltfLt7araSa1i _
l burden which ;Prr : / 72Q fSLec
f in capital or labor, u parents. The second duty Is to teachchildren per month. : house on Walnut street, will give

1 Is intolerant. Public sentiment will that after they have saved, Mrs. Maggie Browning, of Law- ,:i Mr. Williams facilities for taking Send Your Dresses: Rugs Draperies Etc.To .
y'' ultimately redeem tho situation. they must help others. tey, $8 per month. care of a large number of guests. As ,

t c.?( Exchange.( -0- Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins, of Starke, travel to Starke is constantly Increasing -

Exercise your eye muscles, and, $."> )per month. : additional hotel accommodations I

avoid automobile accidents. That's !Mrs. Maggie Forsyth, of Lawtey, I are very much needed and the Montgomery French Dry Cleaning Co.

k Tt T--------; the advice given by Dr Needles. When 1$8 per month. fact: that Mr. Williams is preparing Largest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning Plant in the South
t : you are in a car going forty miles nn Mrs. Ilettie Cloversettle! of The- to help meet the need is hailed ns
This Week hour, you go about fifty-eight feet ''ressa, $0 per month. I; /good! news. DRESSES, ETC., DYED, CLEANED AND REPLEATED

every second. Unless your eye can Upon motion and second, E. M. ----------- Montgomery, Ala.

1 t- roll from one side to the other at I Johns was employed as special counsel I, miBBiiii m/if/ iiii iiinifciiini' i ni'iiiH" K'l' IPI; 'mn'd' ti i j'li i < 'u1 iiOR ..

least twice in n second you can't keep o to prosecute whiskey cases in
I truck of both sides of the road and Bradford l county at $50 per month I New Protector I II II
,4 travel safely at that speed. Prize- until Jan. 1, 1921.

: cl 4 fighters, fliers, automobile drivers, all Upon motion nnd second, the clerk B" roofing

require eye exercise to strengthen the was instructed to notify the contractor -I

) eye muscles. At beast they !get weak on plumbing at courthouse and I ..

IpM111 with old ORB. And a closed car re- jail that if work is not completed by I I NM 'wisel # -

A' r 1 v rt urri sbnnFsi quires better eyes than an open one. October 10, 1023:!, that sheriff shall he
i authorized to employ a plumber to "

t __ IL11'TIST(11URCII BULLETINThe f finish same and deduct cost of same I
? ; A GLINT: AHU'ISll.MR. from balance duo present contractor, (

t EFL-\\ORM I IS EKE.; pastor has returned, from his I which is $80.00. i- ) u ,6 CWl
K'K'y visit to Jacksonville', and will occupy Upon motion and second, a tele- I .
the pulpit on ,Sunday morning and, phone was ordered placed l in the office >>," 1.t
'+ YOUR EYE; ANI AUTO. of of schools. l. 1 1aooFtNG
evening. The Bible school will meetat superintendent I
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1 the regular hour, 0:15: u. in. Di- The following resolution was offered ,,:
The United State built a (riant dirigible vine worship at 11:00:() At this ser- : .... I

i ) in England.; It fell, killed 02. vice the pastor will present a program That, whereas, the fine and forfeiture ,.... ..,. .;. "
Another, built in Italy, fell, killed 31. of activities in which all members fund has been exhausted until .' f\

t t t, Last week, tho United States Zeppelin of I the church will have an opportunity I tuxes are collected, and that/ there I I
SCK-1, built here, by the American has been of mills assessedfor .
9 to participate.+ The ordi a levy two I' structure
6 i government, |lIt| over New York and nanceof the Lord's Supper will bo i said fine and forfeiture fund, and' I a large temporary
started for Philadelphia: having first observed, anti those recently received I,, that there is now in the outstanding ., I a five or ten-year roofing.

o' traveled 100 miles over New Jersey., into membership of tho church will indebtedness, fund $12(53.68, which I
Those who think the /government cannot I For a large permanent building -
please bo present The nature of this the county will not disburse until

do anything and must always service should. secure the attendance July, 1021, and that said, fund will be pI the heaviest roofing.
:, hil't'.prlvlltl.! assistance, take notice. of each member. I reimbursed from the collection of said 5OoFINC

--o- Sumo w.kslKO, Japan's disaster assessment for fine and forfeiture! For a small temporary building --
1 That great machine, looking like a :
started in the fund.
many i
silver inexpensive light roofing.
routed fish *
slowly traveled mind"l ,
Therefore be
of thoughtful people, some of it resolved, that we iw (ttt| ) 1 Jr** *.
through the air above New York, was asked again and again: "Why < do ask the Honorable Ernest Amos,
u warning to the six millions of that nUll permit such things to occur?" state comptroller, to authorize the For a small permanent buildingthe -

city and the wholu country. This and similar questions were ask transfer of $1,000 from the outstanding 1- L best light roofing.
I. I In the morning, with the aim ob- n
ed by so many that unnounement was indebtedness fund to, the fine and
f Ht-urocl by clouds, the air giant was made at the timo that an attempt forfeiture fund. Carey Ready Roofings give you the

4 barely visible. Had the captain chosen mid 1 be mad. to answer such inquiries The board adjourned to meet the
/ to go a few thousand feet higher, ideal roofings for all these require-
i on the first Sunday evening in first Monday in November, 1922.G. .
; 1 it would have been absolutely invisi ments resistant to sun, wind,
October; HO' next Sunday at 7:30: Dr. W. ALDERMAN,

I. ble.Such a traveler coming out of the Bullcn will speak on the matter of Clerk and Auditor. ice, storms, snow, gas, fumes, cinders -
sickness' death, disaster and other
; dawn above and smoke at the lowest
misty edge of the unwelcome things, and shall inquire WATSON TAKES ALL BLAME ,

..: ocean, would first make itself known as to the author of these. Does Godsend IN DESTROYER DISASTER cost per year of service.
l )i'' by dropping enough bombs to destroy
trouble? Does God take your
+ t' ./f.! New York, enough deadly gas to kill child from you? How far Is a man HunterYho Gave Order Takes Witness ; q1o Tell us your building specifications
three-quarters of the inhabitants.
or an organization, justified in saying Stand
and let us show the righ t Carey
The next war will be an air war. you
"Forasmuch as it has pleased God to
; This country should be ready for it. take San Cal. Lieut. ( tJN Ready Roofing for your purpose.
out of this world our brother so- Diego, Sept. 25.-
l'0- and-so." This is said. Is it correct? Commander Donald T. Hunter, commanding -
news for farmers Reference will be made by Dr. Bullen I officer of the U, S. S. Delphy I "A Roof for Every Building"
; in rapid of the eel I
i spreading worm to a statement that appeared in last which led destroyer squadron eleven 'j J1
i disease from South Afri-
Imported week's edition of our local paper, the i on the rocks off Honda, Cal.! Sept. 8, y
7'' 8ICKLY! FKKYI.HII: : CHILDREN Bradford, County Telegraph, a statement was ready to take the stand at the
; Children suffering from intestinal worms that receives* the fullest endorsement opening of today's session of the naval -

are cross, restless! and unhealthy. 'rli mare of clear thinking people.It court of inquiry investigating the at Hitch Washington over our the national Vi R. capitol Navy'anew I

other symptoms, however. If the is a statement to which special attention disaster which cost seven destroyersand giant dirigible, ZQ-l, gild child ill pulo' had dark 1 under. tho
eyes, INK breath and/ takes ruins no interest in should be directed. These the lives of 23 enlisted men. turned and dipped a salute to Qnv. REiRl'O \, "
natters shall bo from According to the of Lieutenant eminent head last week.! TIle
play, It almost a certainty that worms approached a testimony I
aircraft sailed around Washington IiGS
are rating away its. vitality. The surestremedy Scriptural point of view, which is the' Laurence F Blodgett, naviga- great the WhIM
fur worms is. \\'lute's Cream Vermi- channel which I tion officer of the he and. Monument over I
only through
we can Delphy, House, and the Lincoln Memorial
fugo. It w |M>sitive' destruction to the I
worms !but harmless to the child Price escape from the bondage of traditional i Lieutenant\ Commander Hunter together sot at Arlington Cemetery dropped i Consumers Lumber CompanySTARKE
85c. Hold by thought and language. made the fatal decision to turn' a huge wreath on the grave of the ,
I t'oknDWI'I'r., I
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= I W. T. Gillen, of Douglas Ga.. I f : <4 j
I accepted a position with the :

I >.".;'J'1?; Bus of Local Furniture Co. I I j

III i:.1 Information lie Carl Johns Johns and Joe Rae Wainwright Brinson of the t \ ,. \ <

of F., Gainesville, were in town

I Concerning Our People, Business ana day. \ *
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I I Progress in the County and Town. J. C. Manning was called to *
ning Saturday on account of the
rums illness of his brother ; {

\1\ _\Bryan, merchant and naval I Mrs- J. U. Williams, of Citra Is Manning. I
man of Lawtey was in town visitingIrs.! F. A. Scott this week. Mr. and !Mrs. F. I.. Turner lIIr ,
1 1 .;) Mamie Garris and daughter wero I '
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itors to Jacksonville the first of 1
Mrs S. J. Kelly is in Lake Cutler
I w<' Bradford High School is flour- visiting friends and relatives. week | I
I with an attendance of 301(\ pu- !i. ]'P.J
The new engine and dynamo are J. T. Howes, manager/\ of tho \ :
now in place at the power house. Furniture Co., has moved his ;: \ \ ,, ; ; ..'

t l -. Griner well known planter of here from Green Cove and are : I : ,
'.1-! ''i Ise i section was a visitor! to Enoch Griflis of Lawtey was in pying the Weeks cottage on I ; \ '' >>

,"I?, 1 Tuesday. town Wednesday.Mrs. street. I : ) : : ., '

mill is Newn Jones is visiting friends Mrs Geo. A. Collins who has ; : : : t ,
n. Johns' busy turningh
:r. .
i on an extensive trip through I
Iin Jacksonville
ogles] a Rood supply of fine cy- \
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!licks having been secured .
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O. L. Haynes of Hampton was in ]located on Cherry street where -..'
town Wednesday. j has as her guest, her mother, \ I : I : : :; ; t .
M Cassio White returned Wed- 1 W. II. Fields, and! sister Herselle.] I ; I \
i .I lay after a two months' visit inN \
DeWitt C. Jones is in Tampa on : !
1! irt. North Carolina. business this week. :Mrs. W. A. Colley, who had '(' i \ :t
an inmate of Mrs. J. M.\ : .
Mr-.. R. B. Alvarez is spending a'' Nelson Green has accepted a position infirmary for three weeks has- regained : ..
h.t.i at the homo of her parents,: on the East Coast. her health and returned home '
Mi' and Mrs. L. V. Moore. to the delight of her many friendsShe \ : ,

Iloinie Ball was in town Monday on highly praises this infirmaryboth \
l t. S. GrifTis a well known farmer business. for the excellent nursing and ; ; : :;: ;:
"if the Lawtey section paid our office high quality of the medical altenI I : ,
.t ,.ill Tuesday. A. 11. Johns was in Jacksonville on I dance. : ::: : :
business Monday I
A (cake and candy sale will be held I, Carpenters are busily engaged! remodeling
Saturday at N. Sternberg's store Rev. Fred Wyand U the guest of the buildings on the I). I I
h'mcl1t Starke Woman's Club. his cousin H. M. Snyder.G. Knight property, tho old Miller placeJust .
south of Starke. Tho house !

i ""I.l D. E. Knight is making! an ad- W. Hazen, of Brookcr was a receiving considerable attention
ir 1 11 to his Marion Hotel consisting visitor to Starke Wednesday.J. building being fixed up in gelll'rnl.por'hl's
,if 'lour rooms, bath room porches added and is being put in excellent ,
W. Andrews Jr., was a business condition., Col. Knight is ; I
visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.A. firm believer in the opportunities ,
!Miss Hazel Fields who has been splendid !soil offers tho farmers .
thi guest of her sister Mrs. GA.. A. Durden of Hampton was in everyone is glad to see tho improvements
i >>ll ins, has returned to Jacksonville town Tuesday.J. being made.PLEASANT .
inter high school. :
A. Sullivan of Jacksonville wasa IJIUTIIDAY PARTY ( : !!)
Mrs L. V. Moore returned home on visitor here Sunday. I'
:Monday from Plant City after spend- Tuesday, October 2nd Eldredge] I I
lilt some time at the home of her O. L. Bcasley, who has been quite Robinson was eight years old, and '
laughter, Mrs. U. B. Alvarez. sick, is reported better. in honor of the event he invited
number of his little friends to come ;
:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss Margaret Godwin of Lawtey and help him celebrate at the homeof I th
daughter Lucile, left Tuesday morn- spent the day here Tuesday. his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I () I
.ni; for New York ity. They will be Robinson West Madison, street. El dredge I
.,...nl' for several weeks. Cleveland Sullivan, of Thercssa ione of the smartest littleboys I'h'
was in town Monday. in Starko and very popular and :
The W. C. T. U. will meet at three the invitations were gladly] responded I I ,
,,' 'l"ck Tuesday afternoon Oct. Oth,I G. II. Bennett spent the weekendIn to. Besides the host the following !
the Methodist church. All mem- Theressa. were present: :
Martha Powell Bunny Canova I!
i please bringor send your dollar
>I. iuestcd! at last meeting. MrsR.. S. Johns of Lake Butler Lois Adkins, Margaret Nclf, Georgia I
Is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. :Haynes, Louise Snyder, Geraldine] I
I'hi. concrete department of the W. II. Green. John, Louise Hayes, Evelyn] and '
V>"ulty. Broom Co. is kept busy malt,I Marjorie Stump Lillian Garris Joe ; : / I
'' Edwards: Jr. Wilson Hayes !Merrill ) : : :. f
I ir culvert pipe. This pipe Is of re- MrsAnnie Murrheo! has gone on ,
nf... red concrete very strong and ''a visit with friends and relatives at :McMillan: Billy Powell Ben Stern-
''I last forever. New Smyrna.Dr. !berg, Billy Graham, Merrill Futch,
I Sinclair Peek Jr., Joe Brown John ,

!f. II. Partridge who had been con- W. E. Middleton] spent Monday and Frank Ionian, Stanley Bennett, .
+".", il to his room for some time thru in' Jacksonville on professional busi Colson Morris, Joe Wiggins Buster 1
Inn'..>'.. is again able to attend to his ness. Sullivan! Charles Henry McMillan.: 1 i '
du' as manager of the ConsumersL Punch was served the little folks as
amber Co. Our gardeners are busy planting they arrived. J
peas lettuce and other winter vege- The tastefully appointed home was l ]
The grading of the state road has tables. suitable decorated for the occasion,
n.iw reached Call street. A great the most conspicuous feature being :1 1I
deal of earth was carted from the I Dr. W. E. Middleton has purchased I II a birthday table lovely with bunches I 1I
road and deposited on low-lying lots the W. B. Haynes residence on Madison of marigolds] In the center was' the II
m the neighborhood. I street. birthday cake, in tho center of which I
i I were eight tiny candles. Cream and ,
!Mrs. C. W. Chalker and children I: Ed J. Lewis a rising young business cake were served, Mrs. J, W. Edwards I I
who have been visiting at the home man of the Brooker section wasa and Mrs. E. W. Hayes assisting -
'"f> her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.I I visitor to Starke Tuesday.A Mrs. Robinson. I
Darby left Tuesday to join her I I I The merry company played /games
band in Columbus, Ga., where they cake and candy sale will be held on the spacious grounds and disported ;
will make their future home. Saturday at N. Sternberg's store themselves to their hearts' content -
benefit Starke Woman's Club.A. until 5:30: o'clock when time for t
John S. Baisden has returned to departure arrived. Many nice gifts
his duties in the U. S. navy at his B. Surrency in the timber busi- had been brought and the party was
station, Paris Island S. C., after a ness at Brooker was in Starke the voted a success.HONORING i ()
two weeks' visit with his parents first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. lie I MISS ItO INETTE I
wrves at present at the U. S. naval Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton -
hospital. were guests Monday of Mr. and Honoring Miss Elma Robinette who
Mrs. F. A. Scott. leaves this week( for Miami Miss :
Warren Parkins Mrs. W II. Per- Margaret Long! gave a delightful
110 i and Miss Eunice Perkins motor- Mr. and Mrs. A. :M. Pettit have swimming party at the Peek cottage
ail Levy county get-together meetingand lose these good people. During the evening which was enjoyed
picnic. The gathering was attended by dancing and swimming, delicious
by thousands of citizens of Misses Addie and Rosa Baisden and sandwiches and punch were
Levy and surrounding counties and Truby Newman spent the day in served by the popular young hostess
,"very-body enjoyed the day.E Jacksonville Sunday. assisted by her mother, Mrs. F. II.
Long. t

A. Tippins is. now with the Tel- :Mrs. Cora Saunders of Jackson The young people who enjoyed this 1
etrraph. Until lately Mr. Tippins was ville was a guest of the Misses Bais affair were: Misses Audrey Johns,
editor< of the Nahunta (Ga.) Banner.Hi den the first of this week. Ethel Griffin Elma Robinette Caroline '
wife will arrive Sunday and they Fripp, Vivirette Floyd, Margaret I|
make Starke their future resign :Mr. and Mrs. R. Humphrey and Long, Messrs. Ras Brinson, Powell j
e. Mr. Tippins is an artisticI" Willie Agin have returned home after Carpenter Harold Wall Jim Kickll-
+ '+"'-r and will be sure to satisfy the a visit in South Carolina.A. ter, Telfair Long and Mr. Christy, of
irraph's customers. Philadelphia.
B. Shaw, the well known Income !
Tutt's PillsTh. tax expert came over from Gaines-I j HL'KCII OF CHRIST NOTESAt

ville Wednesday to transact business (: I I
in Starke. :Mr. Shaw has made a the Long Bridge convention last
fint do.eala. the laulld
of income tax Sunday it was unanimously voted
ravine lmm.diat. rxlief, r.rvlatin4. very exhaustive !study
......1.and ditf.ctiv...........Uulticinii matters and his services are con- I that church of Christ or churches of ;
stantly in demand by firms that have GOOD DIGESTION tax tangles] to straighten out. I, Scriptural and more in keeping with 0 j I 'i /

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: Dr. A. L. Sheally, of the Florida. WOODLAWNWoodlawn : nf the stats of Florida and thry aro mildi Quarter loss eight sores -
With The Bradford college of agriculture says that 'hu and Mm over the. age of twentyKtnaIt graveyard I. now aituated, two ae".
,. known' ..
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also South
from taken .
wonvs into IK
5.-W. Norman
eggs Oct. II. It IH thcreforo ordered that until non-n>*l- Jf Southwest Quarter or Nocth.s threvqueSers:,
and hatched in the digestive system returned to Jacksonville Saturday afternoon dint ileft-ndnnU b0 and are hereby requIred "'r. nnd H."th .fh..rollr.ha ot lhp II"';
to aiipmr, to the bill of complaint filed In said east Quarter or the Northwest M.utt.
of hogs. Some of the worms are at I nfter upending the past week CMUMO nit or before Momluy. the Cth day of In Secllon alxteen ((16)) Townihlp QUort'r.. *"'
Ii ll Farmers November A. D. 1023 otherwise the nllvKHtionn South. Kungv twenty t(20), "
times carried from the intestines' to with his family here.II. of said bill will be taken an confused lessee Meridian in Bradford Rust of ih>' i'I' "
: other of the body. The I by sail defendunui. containing the count 1 l'i"r'tu, ,
parts kidney A. Bishop was a business visitor aggregate' I to are.Southeaat .:
It la further ordered that thIs order bopllbll.h.,1 I) k.
-- worm is an example of this type. After here Saturday. once a week. for four eonnocutlvewvfka \ SpecIal Muaujr' KNlclI In Ci0. ,.

: ORKAT 1ISlIlI'ST'fAISrm: I I from the boll weevil next summer. this worm nets to the kidneys no I I Messrs. J. S. and W. II. Norman ; in the nubliHhed, Ilntdford In saId I'ounty county TuleKraph.and atat*aneuNpiiiier A. S.Solicitor CREWS.for Complainant : ,

IN H\\KKl': POTATO WEEVILOUK \liout, 25 farmers attended and all drug can reach it. and D. L. Philips were visitors to 'I'hlK October 2, IU28.O.. W. ALDERMAN. li.5.t 1 1.2

: pro mined to destroy the plants in the Filthy hog wallows should be avoided I Theressa Thursday.Miss (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICE OF APPLICATION- FOR TV nn-i. .1
,, tie his.. as they arc fruitful sources for Callie Norman visited friendsat Deputy Clerk.A. GENERAL STATUTt's

I worm eggs. When a pasture becomes Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. S. CREW9 Notice I la hereby given that M. j.
Re.lllli.r. for ComplaInant.I Jh ,
I t Sweet potato weevil infuHtcd" farms. | Hamilton-Our farmers saved anexcellent infested wiah eggs, change to another I H. M. Osteen spent Sunday )).5.0l 1.2 ,fllh liiirehawr lay of of June tax, ,certificate A. D. 1910 No. has lie diit.d Old It",',,

l I in Baker county have been reduced :j 1 and plow the infested one deeply. with relatives at Maxville. eorlllicato in my oirice and hue. mad.. Itl, ,I'.aut. .I
hay crop this week having I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION tion for tax deed to issue In accordance. ,
_ t from 217 to 1, BH* a result of un eradication Miss Lois Norman was shopping in I In Circuit Court.; State of Morida. Eighth law. Said certificate embrace tho folh.wlni
: t experiment launched in 1918 unusually good GASSING: CORN WEEVILS Starke Thursday. I Judicial. Circuit. Bradford County, In Chaneerv desoriied ty. Florida.\: property.towiti,' situated In D..dr..rd. '..un.

by the United States department of I ;; WILL ENABLE A REDUCED R. M. Osteen returned home Sunday G. JM. Inman: I II Lot four Block 82 In New Rive. s&tin. ti.
I It Osccola-Strawberry and other of I I Complainant.I ; TI'. 6. S. R. 20 En t.
; agriculture, and the state plant board from Plant City. vaTaaunlo I The aid land 1 boing aaaeaaed
I' I the truck crops are! in excellent condiI CROP TO MEET DEMANDS I at the do'. tr,
:c i t of Florida working co-operatively i j I tion. Messrs. Carl and Oscar Carter and Uvfendunta.Tierno and Mary Tlernn of the Unknown.ianuance of such certificate in Hi, num.

( according to a recent announcement Roy Osteen attended the show at the It npni'tirmfr: by affidavit I appended.t".t"p the Unless. said certificate shall he r<'mnl.
) hill filed In the above ataUnl ,, according to law tax deed will
cause issue
Florida's for ihinxii
I ; by officials of tho latter institution. I I corn crop 1923 is reported state farm Saturday evening.M. ,
the 5th of
); St. Lucic Attended the ualo Tierno and Mary Tierno tho defendant en day November A. D. HIM,I.
county smaller than for several therein named non-realdenUi. of the ...lal.oC Witness offIcial!
Prior to the beginning of this work years D. Carter and daughter !Miss are my aignature and "al thu
: k I I agents' conference !in Gainesville this Florida, and that the home or place of the 2Kth day of September A. D. 192S
:i ,: the production of sweet potatoes! in ,\ according to the latest estimates. BeIng Louie Belle, were visitors to Lawtey .realdence ,la Sioux City, State of Iowa, and G. W. ALUEltMAN.!'
': week. All agents agreed in declar- that the said Mary Tierno la now !llvlnu there Clerk Circuit
and their the case farmers will find it difficult Conn
; that county was a gamble | Sunday afternoon.
1 I I the but that Paauala Tierno in now confined In the 10-6-51-11-2 Bradford County, F.
ing this meeting best of its kindin
-, successful storage an impossibility. to make the reduced supply of Kederal prison at Atlanta, Stab of Ceorgla, ---- "" ----- -
I I the history of extension work in I and are over the ago of twenty-one Y"""'. I I
_ Now practically every farm within | corn meet the increased demands: and NOTICE It ia therefore ordered that sail non-real- A SPLENDID
the county can grow normal potato Florida. this makes it necessary for every In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit I dent defendants to the bill bo and of .complaint are hereby nliuLin) requiredto sail That tired hall-sick.
I I KrmKonl' County, Florida In Chitncetr. appear discournRo l f f"I-, ;
i crops. Apparently the experiment is farmer to protect his corn from weevils J. H. Rilch.Complitinant.. reuse on or before Mnndity the Cth day of Log; caused by a torpid liver and COIMIpateil -
Nox'ember A. H. 1923 otherwise tho alleRatlona
Fall -
(. drawing to u successful close. 1|I llillshorough- crops are coinIng in order to make it go as far/ as < of paid bill will be taken. aa confessed buwoU can bo gotten rid of win.Burprmmfr I.

_ This work is unique in that a de-I|, along in fine shape with good possible.It Tim Florida v., Land and, Immlfrra- | by said. defendant lrompflllIs! by using lli-rhn, } ,,"..,
? / T ? I I for t lion i Com It la further ordered that this order bepublished You feel its beneficial effect with
prospects a large acreage of on- pu n y n Corporation ii,,'' lir-'
structlvc insect pest has been eradi.1 has been estimated the Unknown Heirs once a week for four eonnecutlveweek
conservatively or Claim- dose as its and ..
? purifying; regulating fT.
I'ions. Agents! conference proved to in the Urndford County Telegraph. a i i
.1 catcd in the presence of its chief host that from 15 to 20 per cent of the nfl Mnrvln.* of and K. Strong Unknown, Chnrlva IVnona M. newapaper) ptiblmheil, in soil. county and atate. is thorough find (complete It not ,,. i ,.
be the best ever. !)rr.nd..nla.11I11 Tlila October 2. 1923. drives out bile and impurities but, i'
-sweet potatoes having been grown corn harvested/ in Florida is eaten up (!. W. ALnER IAN.I r,
1 lu Remove Cloud. Quiet Tltl. and Other
splendid of
fueling ,
continuously in that area along with i I I by wocvila. This loss be Relief I (Seal) Clerk Cireuit( Court. parts a cxhil.imtir, '
can prevented
, i Duval-The twelfth annual meeting To nil to Whom It May Concern. C.oatln"t I I By C A. KNIGIlT.I strength, vim, and buoyancy of sir,,,.
tho eradication work. | of the agents in if the farmers will use proper It apiitnrinic' by the worn bill of complnint I I Deputy Clerk I'nco 6Pc. JSold by
linker the interior county county was, my in the above GHIIIIU that there known A S. CREWS.
I was only care in harvesting storing and feedIng Solicitor lor Complainant All! Drug Stores
judgment, one of the most satisfactory Iicniorm hi-1 loved to be Interested In the propfi
: in Florida known to be infested with | the corn, according to specialistsof ""I ly therein. dt..cnbed.. whose plu.... of reHlrlcnce I 1 -- -

. ; this weevil in 191H.! That portion of j spirit in of every genuine respect fellowship ever held.that The the Florida college of agriculture;: therein in thiit unknown they do and not know complainant and nfter.alleges dlliirtint ,I Notice la hereby MASTERS given SALE that under and by WOMAN'S: CLUB :MEEn\(.

1 C'harlton county, On., lying south of i prevailed Corn should be harvested just as soon fnoniry has not l>een able to ascertainif Urttie of that certain final decree of fore
l i throughout and the earnest any of the known dufendanU are in oxlnUiicc rlomiru tntule nnd rendered on R"I'nhor' 1H.
the Gconriii Southern and Florida I as it is sufficiently dry stored in airtight .. or living or not nnd that there are A. D. I'U'I.! : by Honorable. 8. Bullock
also infested in- ] team work evidenced were pleasing other peronnH, "'.II..vrd] iit be Interested in aid .ludgo' of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of I"lorlilu. The regular meeting of theV. ,111-
railroad wus cribs and
r was indeed. fumigated with carbon priFperty other than tho known ,defendant Honorable A. V. Long of tho Elulilh' Julieiiil nn'a Club will be held Wedno.l.a.
and the and renidunca of such Circuit. being dlaiiualifled. In that ;
eluded in the experiment. disulphido. name pernonaare ( certain
a_, : unknown to complainant and In Bald bill cause whruin the llradford County Itnnk.a October 10, at 4 o'clock at the ..hh* ;
\ _J A careful inspection! of nil farms ; Enough of the poison should be Secured i relief I 10 prayed atfuitiHl such known and un. corporation la complainant und Katie
f RURAL COMMON: : house. All members ,
I known I porno nil. i I Itelnaninn and E. J. idanian. her huil'und are espici.illy
made in-
: j'' in the infested! area was by : in order that good results I it !la ordered that all nnd MelvIn
j .1 maybe / I Thurelore" pernonnnHmtil. next friend. G. W. and Lomle urged to be present as this H the
: tk fpectors of the federal bureau! of en- I had. I. or all pernonii claiming any Interest Melvin bin wife are defendant, the underaigned -
Keep Fires Off Land and Let Nature Figure one ounce of the poison under or through th'm'or either of them. or will offer for aale and will ail, ) for first meeting: of the new club year
J tomology. Farmers owning infested for one bushel of corn. If the otherwIse nnd all unknown persona claimingi ,, cimh to the highest and beat bidder, in front
_ _'b' I farms contracts agreeing to Help EntaMiNh, Grazing !Plants i i I any intercut in the ,'Pcrty hereinafter deHrrllH'd. of the eourthouae door.. in Starke. Bradford
'- 4 1 signed crib holds 400 bushels of corn use :: or any part thereof under any of i rounty. Florida on Monday the 6th day of
'. I dispose of nil their tubers and to al-' 400 tho named; defendant* ;or either' of them or November. A. D. 1!>21.! during" the legal hour. :
(By Spuds. Johnson) ounce ((25 pounds) of the liquid lotherwiHo., and all persona known or unknown of aale for the purpose of satIsfying aid flt -
BC> plant only wopvil-free! draws supplied carbon disulphide. 'claitnliiK ..n intcreat in the hereinafter isusoriimi -i t nut d..r,'''. the following deacrihed real ..... Furniture Polish.

L l by the plant] board from beds. in A great day is dawning for the live Place shallow pans of the material 'I und huinjr property in Hradfnnl or any county part Btat thereof of lying Flor, I lute"!i loildil r.lnwir: being ,in Bradford county ,! For nn excellent furniture I""!' i .1

( Gainesville., They also agreed to per- ', stock industry in Florida. That is a at short intervals of the 1 iiin deHcrllwd as follows.I I The North Half. of the Northeast Quarter together half a quart each of't .,-
_ on top corn; All of Mock ono South range. one wont.Knitt I and tho Southwest Quarter of the NorthcaatUuartnr
\ and mcntlnl I '
tine piirallln vln.-car '!ti
't nut the inspectors to make! a thorough belief in which I have great confi- close the doors and windows and leave I half of block one south range two of Srrtlon Eight (f R) Township Seven -
fields after !' we (7) South Range Twenty ((20)) Eaatt containing tiplrlt ia a pint bottle. When In u'"
clean of their
dence. This has been
up subject thought alone for several hours (about a day t.Ni>rth half of block two south range two 120 acres, more or K..... ,i shake well and sprinkle n little ...I.i aHcCt
harvesting, the vines to he stacked' over and studied by me for a long I Wl'Ht. n. E. KNIOHF
l' and night) and the work is done. Two
Northeast quarter of block two south range Special Master in Chancery.A. rni and well rub on tile tiinu-
fj and burned the! strings and frag-i time. fumigations will be necessary the 'two went S. CREWS. ture. 1'oltsh!: with a soft duster
All of block ono north. rang,. ono west. I Solicitor for Complainant. 10.D (ftll2lftfi.ot112
of tubers bo collected and
>nta to ( i Experience and the specialists tell
I second 1 about two weeks after the I I Kant: half of block one north range two i
4i destroyed, and! the fields! to be grazed I us that pasturage is about the most first. The second is 'oaHt.
necessary South half of block two north
one I
." I by hogs for n final cleanup I I important problem before us live cause of the hatching of young bU-1 I wn.t.Southeast. MASTER'S SALE I Inviaicle' Aset.
of block two north Notice I I. thnt under and by She-"So lire engiiced to Mil
This. agreement was curried out, stock raisers. not excepting that of quarter range hereby given you
I vils from .
unhatched the time .
I eggs at two went.AUo I virtue of that certain Oral d.'Cree uf forecloBiiro Begss. I'm I can't
:' I I and! in this. manner all possible] sources tick eradication. The latter problemcan of the first. | a strip of land about 85 feet wide, ', made on.t t renilt" *..cd 1 on fcJe.itet: ".r ,5 f I, lure see an.Tthlnt
north nnd ttouth and extending. across A. D. 1028. by Honorable.. A. V. Lone, judge attractive about that woman." He.
of food for weevils were removed. be, remedied by man made and For best results shuck tho corn before tho south end of the north .half of block two of the circuit court 'n nfl (Vr Uradfotdcountv. 1 I "Neither cnn I see It ; but If* la UMftitnlc.
As potatoes wore planted! in tho j jno executed but such will !I Ito north range ono wrat. nnd extending. west Florldn. In that certain cntiite wherein
no man laws no "
' ,4 'i storing. This permits the poison ncro.H tlu Mouth end of the norlhi-wnt ciuarI the Federal Land Bank of Columbia a all rl :bt. -Bonton Trftn..rlp
< field the :following year the make grass grow.I the of much I tor of block two north range two went con..corporation (I. complainant, and J. M. Shaw
penetrate ears corn taming forty-fight acre, more or ire, beI Jr.. Emma Shaw his wife F. C. Stoke. Edna
% i weevil were! starved to death. was visiting over at the Florida easier and to better advantage. The I| Inc in TempN. mibdiviHfon of lands at Tern Stoke his wife the Lake Butler, National HOW'S TIllS ?

r ':j This system was followed! year after I experiment station the other day. crib should have ventilators throug'hI' llos nubile:;,i mill recordH! nnd l, of recorded Bradford: i in county book C., Florida.pace: 421.1 |1'1'Knrm. R. Parker.Loan Aniioriatlon J. E. Parker a and corporation B O'Quinn nnd HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ,,1\:\

," 1'1' t year. In addition the fields. were Prof. W. K. Stokes grass and forage I which foul air after the or before the third day of December. A. I). aa adminiHtrator of tho estate of H C. Parker do what we claim for it-riil yout .5 "..I.
may escape >ji: the rule of this .
M name being a day court fli-reaaid.' are defendant the undoraigned of Catarrh or DuafiiCHa cuu e r inspected ut certain intervals. All crops specialist had just received a fumigation has been completed. or until bill will b.. taken aa confined. auuinHtvon. aa api'dal maater. will olfer for sale. and Catarrh.
) ) volunteer plants were destroyed. letter from n Florida farmer in whichit I I and that thin order bo publIshed in thellrnlrorI I will sell for cash to the highest and bent bidder HALL'S cATAnnn MEDICINPlate s ''"
: County Telegraph a weekly newnl in front of the courthouse door In StarkeHradford which U I. ,
of Ointment
_ _ _ _ was asked if our common wire- l'uH'r of general .circulation published at county., Florida, on Monday, the RelIeves the an cntarrhal indarnmati'',n, I" I
Rl..rlu'. Rrndford. co unty Florida, for eightcunment nth day of November. A. D. 1H23. during the >Iarts "
Tonl. 5
BURN COTTON) PLANTS grass ever will be subdued and replaced WHY= : ire woo'.... | .legal hour of sal. ,.. for the purpose of aatia- the Internal Medicine a theM I .0
:I Witness. the Honornblo A. V. Long. judge, of through the mood on .
sail described
fving final decree the following .
better We .r'
by had to ruatoi.mnl
EARLY AND REDl'CE NEXTYEAR'S : grasses. a I Blotting Paper of tim naid circuit court and also the otTirial *!gnnturo real. etttate, 1 lying and being in Bradford, Surface contlltlon'1 thus'*. assisting
WEEVIL DAMAGE: hearty conversation on that matter.It of the clerk an well an the official of county, Florida to-wit I druBBlBts, for over 40 V. .ir-
I tlil- this tho 2nd day of October A. D. Southeast mold by
I court Tho NorthiHitt ljunrler of tho
Water O.
was agreed that what this farmer Absorbing UtJ.'l.: Quarter, and the Northwest Quarter of the F. J. Cheney A: Co.. Toledoi

.a If several farmers in n community nuked about will come about provided I EveIotjy knows that It u piece of Clerk: Circuit. Court.C.V.Bradford. ALDERMAN Countv. Fin. I

1 a raising sheep killing dogs. and we cattle raisers. will get out Is Py C. A. KNIGHT.
,' !i, were blotting piiiicr' dipped< edgewise Into tSeali Deputy Clerk.

; ,: were turning t these dogs loose to kill and help] nature. W'iregrnss will withstand a saucer of water the water will climb \. 8. CREWS I RICHARD LLOYD JONES '

fire it will not withstand close the to of I Solicitor for Complainant. ; ::
and! annoy sheep, thoao farmers ; up pnper u height coins 1"-) >>.111-11-30.) _
grazing will it incItes ah,>\ e the !surface but few can SAYS (
1t would soon have to leave the coun- or trampling, nor sur- : ----------

vivo being plowed The plants tell the reason It does so. | NOTICE OF FINAL nIRfn\KGE!
I try. | In re entiite' of Anna L. 'I'hod.. ilivea.ed.
Hut ,dozens of farmers are each recommended for grazing purposes in Capillary uttruclluii Is the name for <,I Not,ico l ii. hen.by given to nil whom it may Lreasure Greatness! I
this power which causes water to rise ,''tnc,>rn thnt on the 7th day of Dec*'mber. A.
w year raising and curing for millions, this state-lespeilezu (Japan clover), In un iihNurlient substance and the T). ll'J.l' :I, 1 loll npply to the Honorable) R. A.

of boll weevils! without anyone's taking Dallis, Vasey, Cnrpot and Buhia grass I.n.; jud..,. of the county judge' bullllng: hurt of It Is Its apparent sim juilge of probate, for my final discharge aa
4 / steps to prevent this nuisance. i -will not live if fire is permitted! in I executor of the estate nf Anna L. Thedo de- More( family n<*\t'r lutnlr n reat man. Thought and dei,'ii. < c"i,,i' ,
,l plicity. '! cefiHinl ; and that at the name time I will and! cuinlctlon, /and not |It'd> "ltl'tt'. are the iiuxxportM' ) to cndiirUn: Ian, <'
.y The fall destruction of cotton stalks our woods! ; but they thrive upon close This Is Just one of those natural flnal accounts executor of said :
pu- prenent my aa ( reat men uii not -uiici, 'n.cUinil ; Ihej' are tIltS natural., lh/ < I u I

I is the most efficient known means of grazing and trampling. zips that our greatest scientists can- i estate 1 Unlod and Oct auk R.for A.their H. 11)23.RupolPit approval.. men ill V\ 110111 haItI, ". h.iSIKH,'riled. '[hey, who (nil short of b1'1"''' -

I controlling the boll weevil. This is'' From n number of experiments that not soKe-yet. Its real nature Is no' 1 j R. TIIKDE. are the lniieilci,|

proved by the following figures determined have been conducted in the southern more viudortttood than Is the real nature -;I H>- .Ot-I 130. E ...utor. The me.it, men an.1 thej nlio Imtli' see the right and tilts'I' I It t .\n ',_
of Inning chosen, pmsui-' It wll I II !111\ itit'iI">h. lea IIIIIIIIIII.'l.I IHt1I1" the l I.'I' I '
states and of them in Florida electricity. I NOTICE TO
A by the Louisiana! Crop- pest- some ,| All pornonM indebted to thit estate of Anna tlons> nl easier I paths.I U Is I they who point, nut t the way and I'j' I"I 1.' 'I'
i i commission: is. is pretty well proved that tho daysof lint although we do not know what I.. Theile. late of Bradford county Florida.dccctixed. example,,I' Hhow "ii lt'I'M., '

When cotton plants, were destroyed wll'l' russ are numbered. It Is, capillary attraction Is a mast all will having pay claims such debt aguimt forthwith sail estate and Croat men 111'(' mil'ine' only In I that they are uncommon HIll! in ''

'I Mr. Farmer useful force. It holds the Ink In a nlmll il'.ntl: mime duly: authenticated with conspicuous) I l''>' I lln'ir commit to the common.In .
between 28 and October 15 protect your pasturelands
j September pen nib and In a fountain pen. By 1U the undumlgned ndmlniHtrator within 2 years. I thu piinjuanm' of t time I the nipitf men loom up like sno\v' <'o;i|1'1.1>: 1PHI I
j only 3 per cent of the weevils lived from fire even if it he necessary sid the melted wnx In the little crater forever from April barred.li.'l. A. D. lV<:a, or they will be ke iilionu 11'1111;:cof I 11111 Is. I IJH: ,'h I In I Im I. xnlltmlt l I I icpnwnts' a uiBpliltnal I ,

through the winter. When the plants> to fence it up. Pick out a few easy round a cundle-llame rises In the wick RUDOLPH R. TilE DE.A.lmlnl.tralor force nillier Hum iinilerl.il, force. 'II lie,, irreiit }prophOI d''' I

I were not destroyed until after December to-get-to spots plow up the wlregrass to keep the candle burning. So, tao I EState Anna L. Thitfa dt-coaa piilnli'l'x.. preacher and I poet*, minlclnns ami, patriots/ all stood ,,".
cil 10-6-Ot-ll-ao. fotuht t for ll\eil I for ami ,died for. I leiI'II Is..tli .
7, as many as 4.1: per cent of sow the seed of these plants, let the the liquid] flows up the wick of an ell ORDER FOR PU UfATION ifivut 1'1I1'nllllll'lI\\.I'' liti t'ft come to us> IIlIh"I'IIIoIIIIIII, mil, <."'" "'.

the weevils lived through the winter. cattle graze over the land to keep or spirit lamp. i In Circuit, Court. State of Horidn. EIghth for (Ihl'I'ill hut lilt!:' I n 1'1''> simple I than/ meatness: The gn-ate-t, I II' ",

Tabulated these figures lire: 'other plants trampled and grazed! Were It not for this force clothes Jncllrhil, Circuit Bradford County in Chancery I lllte I I tlio greatest I 1 truth I *, mo" I the I si 1111''l.'st. The (Fred t man Is nlmt I I .

Is Iron, mul, lie rism. lie. holiiht of. 1"111' \\llliout reiiiiiulin- 5" 5
down and will be how would become "bone dry" directly they Bank ) nalnif In I:
: Between Sept. 28 and Oct. 15, :3 you surprised llnulforil County a Corpsration J I
: were lifted out of the water Agreat Complainant.v. of others. I II I I Is ''il, \ lie /pretender, who calls (for contrasts. I 1111\\ ('" i'
will have wonderful
''I per cent lived. quickly you a of the far nl'oie n- the, tmly crciit; lUau may be, they alAiij>* umKo n' ii 5 I
automatic iubrca-
\\t Between Oct. 15 and Oct. 27, 15 pasture. Nature is willing to help many % C.he,II Marks Defendnta.it anil Fannie. Mark, i. that they are our i l-rolhcis., '
for Wife
oiling machinery entirely
cent lived.Between you, but you have first got to show depend appearintc by alTidavit appended. to the 'Nt o ,willy I freiit mini "-\Ci' I llmucht MniMelf. us ureiit us IIP renll I* > *.
)1 1t per readiness on capillary attraction for their hill flliil in the* above stated cause that C. No man e\or lierumt irrciit, by. Itullttl ltii. .\ ,trrent; 1111111 miiHt ::1'
.' Nov. 1 and Nov. 25, 22 a to help yourself. It can action ; and a sponge retains the waterIn II Murk and Fannie Mark, hi. wife. the im xoinetlilni: new I In thouuhl I "'I' fuel i. .

per cent lived.Between i be done. But remember that all-im Us pores by the same means. I il r ndanu therein named, are non-mlilenta
Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, 28 portant thing-keep fire off the land. Capillary attraction has been suggested a grill affection .it ni<| I It l Is. I III: u. when, I llun I nn' u<>m'*. which the \\1>' .I.

cent lived.! ) as a means of attaining perpetual keeps' nml, holds. 1'11tI"III} I'ur.usv: jcreat men piuiiicxs' thN pa-"i"H I 5 5!I 'I''
per ASPIRINSay serve rather tluiu to Iiu' sc-rtnl 1. to Kin nither I than I to net. to i do MIU' *
After Dec. 7, 43 per cent lived. I GOVERNMENT:' : FORMULA: motion, and Home very Ingenious most ,i*"";
thlriit for tho world!. we liud ((rent aeti and great l'IOtIIIl'III'|
Moral: Mr. Farmer clean up those FOR WORMS IN THE HOGS devices have- been pat forward. All. uinnly eolntf( linnrl i In ha Ii tl.'l'litt .

cotton plants now. Burning is best. however have been proven futile by roiul to Kreatiif u ir.nfh; ,. loss. of elf In the thou (lit of .".
i the laws of mechanics.
and Insist!
The United States department of "Bayer" Copyrleht? : 1023-Ily Richard Lloyd Jones.
Finally It Is owing to capillarity that
EXTRACTS: FROM-: REPORTS OF agriculture recommends. for worms !in
loll Is able to retain a large part of
COUNTY AGENTS: I hogs: the moisture It receives as rain, thus

I Charcoal 1 bushel. preventing the country from becomingan

Alnohun-With members of State Hardwood ashes, 1 bushel. arid desert.

plant board held a meeting/ with the I Salt 8 pounds.Air .

slaked lime 8 pounds. k'V t
Alachun county farmers on Thursday I Ah-h!. That's It
to encourage the destruction of cot- Sulphur 4 pounds.,

ton plants and to thus lessen damageNo I Pulverized copperas, 2 ;>ounds. Dorothy-Oh, mother the new family -

Thoroughly) mix the lime, salt and next door have got two little girls "F 1i E new llamas may be smarter than JOO VI.D NAl

Worm In a Healthy Child I sulphur then mix with this the charcoal and a baby boy what was born in a the old ones used to be, but I reckon

All!children troubled with Worm* have nil unhealthy and ashes. Dissolve the copperasin Ford. that the old names' sounded mighty stood \
cokit. which Indicate pour blunt' mm a.. to me. I cau't; forget Sarspty. north
rule tliir \* rnnr or I lr.. atomach cll.t.irnaiweI.ROVES fu'.lon: of water and sprinkle over !\Iother-Dorothy. what are you (' old time Mary AJIO.-Jehofiaphat, V

-I ; TAStELESS I CHILL IONIC Mlvi-u, roilularly the whole 1 mass mixing complete talking about. A baby born in a Jests,- ven Be rshet> aD' Dan. ,5,I &.t"f

p, ] frtwoorIhrO wvrka wll1 tnrlili t Strength")1.1Ihp.ov..lho ,, !, ly. Store in barrel under shelter. Ford! How do you know? The !gentle Rntb-of boyhood day*.-Ireckollaot \'

dIJe.doD.aD.laela.a Arm-rat Unless the name "Bayer"! on her w U-and A lie* Jane*-. -6/.
.nl.... To..U.I.>the vholu o.&, .. package or on tablet are not get- puTty flower-long-aide of Iiabellet I 1'" 'f'
: t, throw off r' H ni>l f h wurma. nnrifh rHlltwlllto said you
,4 !I" r -..... h,.Uh.| 1'1..111. n' a" .' I. before the hogs. they a bouncing baby brother ting the genuine Hayer product.pre- monnlcker like Jabes was a title that
too. IIOrlhe.b\ physIcians over twonty-two would stick and I'm aertaln that; Eliho

years and( proved nfe by millions for didn't signify no hick I O, I lift mr bat itt

to Oharlott. though ahe'a drifted fur

I 4J1 GENERAL INSURANCE Colds Headache.! away-and I pay resp..s to blossoms like ,.
Lumbago BTmiucellne an' H.,. And, while
Earache Rheumatism Itontwn wasn't comlo In the sacred day

.iiv INMAN & RITCH Sunburned ? Neuralgia Fain, Pain of yore they seem to think tiers cotnlcker

Accept "ypr Tablet of Aspirin" than what he WH before I There't poetry ,

FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE only. Each unbroken package contain in 8am-n-*l. and Peter John, and J'an8-

j MENTHOLATUM proper' direction handy boxen of I n.rer could convince myself that Helen "

Located in building of E. A. Stront Farm Agency. Office open 14 twelve tablet cost few cent Dniggi !\- Is profan I "lent complain at 1 c

I Hours Every Day. cooli and soothes iata also mil bottles of 24 and lOt). Owmdolyn or modern Marguereefr-be-

nc parched slum Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer cause a rose with any Dame may sUave
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IIlIbltuslloc'Itlpat'fon church here Wednesday eve- DZ:l'a-/Di/ 'i "
14 lo 31 Day visitors to Lako Butler Saturday ., .:
., ning.Dr. COFFINS & CASKETS SOUNDED FAMILIAR TO HER G. M. Bennett ,, Stop a Cough Quick : .
:s \VlTII PEPSIN"! is a e;r"ciijli! > ? of Starke, visited .
d I yrupTonlc.Laxa' vcrl'rnul\.h! Bishop of Alachua made a t his daughter Mr. Floy Sullivan tnku HAYES' HEALING( HONEy nutfli '
,it!a Ion. It relieves promptly I iii '. professional call here Friday. And A Full Line of Letter of Old Sweetheart Had R.collections hero Sunday.Those u r <<> medicine which mops the cough! by
for B 1 to 21 day Und rtoAera Suppttts l' i healing the Inllamt-d and Irritated tissunj.
i "token Miss; Lucile Abbott who has been That, Created Embarrassing \ 1
,. i ocular+ action. ItSdmu'nu.' : ui.d I -- .. \ attending tho Baptist union A box of OKOVK'S O-PEN-TRATK: t'
\Kitintr/ here, returned to her homein Situation.It SALVE f ,
Pleasant tofunj 1 outPUT \ adds Head Cold mid
." AUTOMOBILE HEARSE meeting held at tho Baptist) church
,. II Plant City Monday. v'ruuI./ Is encloM-d( with every b "I Always on rmnd. The best ber near\ Stnrkp, Sunday !Mr.\ and
-M. r. Matheny motored to Waldo I wan while ntttndlng college thnt were HAYES' II!!:,\I.1\I; ; HONEY. The solve
see at the lowmt prices. Sprcv I mat u young IIIIIM who was a veritable Sirs. D.V.. Moore and sons, David .hinilil be ruhhcd on tho chest and throat .

Monday I : l attention to telegraph or- !!$ I lieu-Hies Thun too he was it and Howard, Barney Mcltnc\ Hiss of children suffering from a Cold. or Croup.IhrhmlMcffr ". .

WIRELESS TO GOOD USE John Shrivcr and daughter Mar- tae. Kvgirtter Embalmer n I westerner HIM iilTxctud, n broad! sombrero Bertha Snssec' Mr. and Mrs! W. M -Id'. licithmatriimMuiilwiili. of MHM-I. nanllnSltonerto-. i t ..
ituoritc, who have been visiting In In vvhlth ln was especially\ noticeable Brown and Miss Gertie Swimiul.! '., 'n'i' !> *'-l> -Tree Salv through the"ullpfI''t..t para oJ
Travelers on Ocean Liner. May En. South Florida, returned home Satur- DeWITT C. JONES d Indeed I. ninny fear young coeds i II$. noon .liipn a t-ouiih. I
"1'i'th rpnintlM, 'are pnrkeil In the
In wont' U.olr handsomest, smiles one carton and
Far Advanc.
Hotel Rooms '
I.g'; lay.Miss STARKE, FLA 101 nf ilm iiiiiililunl" treatment In:Me. f "
of Their Landing. !I Ella Mae Hazen and Alvin ; whim IIv asHoil i' which I had occasion MEASURE MUST BE PERFECTWhy Jest oMit your druggist fur IL\YES'

Mi Kinney are on tho sick list this I ",.:(:lnC(",IDrtIDInJ: !: : ilYCtC to notice on my tl'l'Q.lIt'l1t'olkK' with' 1I al<:AUJ.'IO 1l0Nt.Y. I

A :'" ,ling! New York hotel Is adv*,- week. i I him. Naturally I felt ,singularly, Precise' Degree of Accuracy Has 1

11"' : a i list of Marconi code words toN :Mr. and Mrs\ I. W. Pinholster Mr. BOOSTS THE "GOLDEN STATE" blessed In receiving his undivided attention to B. Maintained In So-called IIK.III.AM(;
m travelers' guide to Induce the I end, \\nit soon hopvlutuily In Bars
and Mrs. J. D. Baxter Standard
attended the
of reservations: by wlrelms I love. I had reason lo feel l my alfeetions '
BH union mi-etinir at Sard llmhlniid, Oil. 5--:Mrs.\ II. C. Wint-
Sunday. Report of Dlrotr of Agrlcultur *f lonmiiMl.,
rr, .I'li.i' By the use of the word. were I For moot 8f UN lie I Unowledif" that
:Jlr and Mrs. E. T. Stewart an.1son. I California Cannot B. Otherwise.. I lii-rly" 11",1Ii..s, : Ethel Ilirks wore visitors 0\
11Th L l'1'' Is able to reserve anything Ono w c l'k''HI' I I'l'nt to visit H former i meter Is 337 in 'hi,s longer him I a
furl, fll' l rldnl suiif (to the grand bull-. Paul, and 1 Prof. Wilkinson attended Than Encouraging. ('III".I1'lIt'hn' was teaching In I ford' Is quire .HIII|)<'lent. NV. must\ ( I to Jiuksonvillo Wednesday.K ... .

ro, I I\,' paying only' for the ti'uusmls- the picnic at Long Bridge on I a nearby town. While there I rM- I' know as much n-< that because the Willoiison made a business trip t.

lion of it Blnglo foUo word plug his :Salurd.iy.Mi In his annual report, Dliector of Agriculture celvod a 1 letter from my .<.111111'..... Itvtuw metric system of nii-.isiirps\ ,Is I') wlrtnty \ in LawteyVednesdny.! ..; .-

own nine i and the name of his vessel. : 's. W. E. Pinholster, who has been O. II. lle.'ke states that the I a thriller and' I wuntol to altars employed Dint one constantly 5nde' G. H. Marker" returned Wednesday ,,'

"' )hotel, l. by consulting lists of liner visiting/ her mother !Mrs. Emily Abbott i value of the facto i-roim of the state 'It' vi 1th mv I'rleml. si> I rend parts of It necessary to linn mctvrs Into fret 'from. a visit with relatives In Jack ., '

arr:, nix, Is able .lo tell the date on returned 1 to her home in Jacksonville In ID::!':U Was J.fdT.S-O.OOO..: ::: The production I It. Suddenly" I noticed'! !" she was lauKh- Or yards. But the refinements. of .-mix,illi-.
reservation Into effect of the ).t'III'w... the greatest latlio Ing. I asked' whet she thought soamualtl I .
'll'hl.) )h' tIle goes Wednesday.Ch.is. ;, modern oclenca demand a far higher :\ -., Mnivvn nod 1 King of Guinasvilli -
1'!1 ,is "ashes" IH the coda word for history of the !'itute but, of course. K. degree of Hccnrucy In mensnreinent
"rP' r i two double bedded room., two McKinney, of Graham visited values do not equal that of a somewhat "I thought you were rending one of than In. !porhnps' ever dreamed. (of lathe >, wire tniiiHiirtintf business' (11\ fi'1"41'

.1",1, le!, rooms olitlng I / rooms and baths relatives here :Monday.\ Binnller tiiiuiiige/ at peak war I my old eetheart's I letters, for It or.Uullry"IIII.M of life. The pnlusI 'town Tliurxiliy. .

for --, arriving steamship." And Among those who had 1 business' in : prices. The values !given are farm Bound Just like 'Dan. I I taken to obliiln preoUe" standards' of Miss \\ nifl'pd Wimherly and :MM.\ //f

"sr Jr.'" Is the code for "reserve three Starke !Monday were Wade Harrell values.. With nil the development of "Dan who?" I 1I00k".,. measure are almost beyond belief of II. Wnnberly( wore shopping In ....

.lIr' in is' rooms" The modest patron J. H. Thomas M. L. Gilliard A. A. our fruit ImltibtrlfM, the value of field "Why. "un West. There atau't two I one who Is not familiar with scion- ,,"' .k-utlI' ill,' Thursday. .{
wh M- reqntrements are only a single Ilnzen and H. P. Gainey. crops has hitherto exceeded that of of him." 1 i title methods.! W. Wimln-rly: of South Jacksonville ,...

root,,,,. cnbles "uback which mean 'I C5. W. Hazen E. M. Hazen and John our orchards Und vineyards, but In lieu are deceivers ever-Detroit I Everyone knows that ao-ctillcil IH spending a whil Mare with
10:!2 fruit brought |10t-
: "rir'. e single room. -New York!: Cone had business in Starke Tues- : our crops Free l'rl''I!'> "standard"! hare on which the erect lu. )parents, Mr. and l :Mrs.\ II. C. Wlm- .
$l1.7 2ttlO! () for field
York dun. I 810.00O against: length of the yard' and the meter are beily.MiMHi'H.
'l'bls11" due to la 4.'n
crops. largely( marked, are In (ho possession of the. r
creiiBed fruit acreage. coining Into .\ II Ij'nnio and Jennie. I'rescotf
BROOKEIt governments of the United State.
but relatively Klhi-l: 1 lurks, Winifred 1 I Wimherly. and
bearing, fruit prk-eti were I
FIVE MILE Great lirltaln. Franc I and other cuntrles -
better than prices\ of field crops.A !I 11 Lon. IVoHcolt attended! Iho union
i KIT Oct. 6.-T. S. Dukes of of to> Thero8, Dot. !>.-Messrs. J. n'l but everyone does not know I
large crop slnorapes at $75 HUM I ting at Illack Pond Sunday.
with what these standards have
\1.1". business visitor here Neil Holder, of Plant City, visited ( Alien, Willis Swindel and Roy Brown I care a
was a lot. Concurrently
I $100 a ton helped a been compared and with what Pft.1( Mr's. ChiiH. ieorgu; and son, hart, ;e, lP
I ,IVI I here Friday and Saturday, with tho report[ of the director Covering attended tho union mooting in Hampton tlenee th.y have been mlmle'p HII ill Sunday with her parents, Mr. -
I and, Mrs. E. H. Clemens' of returning via Gainesville. He made lust year's. output the crop-re- Sunday.R. .
nrod again and 11Im In. j I, iiiul !MM.! S. J. Starling, at llIIIII.\ ].
1 '. ..tton. were calling on friend the trip by auto. porting Kcrvlce Htiites that the out- C. )Heiberger and daughter !Margaret H. \Vlliiinn mud LOll 1'rescolt ino-
Mrs Murphy, !Mrs. N. II. Stokes look for the current year Is excellent
aturday, C. A. Youngblood and. dunughter toned, to JiiliKonvillii Monday.

''r i and Mrs. E. M Hazen and !Mr. I and grandson Wilfred Douglas/ were Director Is now exiH-rKMicIng Hecke states the that most Uallfornla rapid- Nealic, Mrs. II. E. :\Moonr Ly- New Source of EI.ctrlclty. I K. L. Crew IIll/<'nt Sumbiy, with his it!

Mr*. G. W. Hazen were shopping guests afternoon.of Jlrs. P. P. Deklo Saturday agricultural development In our his I nell and !Miss Jessie Owslcy attendedthe Electricity from brown coal Is the family in Hampton

i iiL-sville Friday. I tory. Not only 1 Id cultivated acreage convention of Christian churchesof i bold uiidttrtuklnir now being put'' (f5. II. Marker was transacting I luiiincxs I ly

i M T. P. Ward and sons, Roswell j ji Mr. and Mrs Roland Thomas were Increasing, but \better and more Intensive Bradford and Union counties held! through by the government of Vic in Jacksonville Tuesday.

i !)!'\'ile.! attended the cemetery' week-end guests of their daughter, farming N uniting better yields. at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. toria. The schema "provides for the Mr. II. C. Wimbeily, Miss Wini-

'/mpr at New River last \VednesI' !i Mrs J. M. Mott. Also more people are arriving to help and !Mrs.! Cyril Manire, ofj erection of s geneiatlng edition on the feed Wimlx-rly! R. L. Prescott IIn.1Y.. I
: Miss Norma Dekle and friend Miss till the SOIL DurliiB the last two or I coelllfil/l with nn Initial cHpacltr of .
Hampton visited relatives hero Sat- \\ Wimbi'ilv were visitors lo StarkoTtiisday.
rO.OdO( kilowatts, but of douh-
Thelma Parker of New River three have had
A. Crosby and att spent years we frequently occasion
son, Lyon .
urday. Hng. The wtliiiuted cost Is about .1
the week-end here. I to say that Cullfornla was the
i .k d the union meeting at Corinth i I Nelson Dekle spent Sunday here moat prosperous spot In the world. Mr. Rufus C'loar and :Miss Ruth 412,.()O.OtO) for the Initial development, II. II. Williams niiiclc! a Inmincss trip vII
r 'urdjy and Sunday. I and over $2B,0()(>,(oni) for the final( proj- to Liiwley Tuosdiiy.,
continues. SanFrancisco
Htlll of
l 1 1'f with relatives and friends. That situation -: Cioar Jacksonville visited C. M.Humphrey r
.' i K Clemons has purchased a Ford ChronlHe. act The tint section will Include four
( a few days the week.
Miss past
Julia Johnson of Baker
I la.SOOnlIowatt
'r | tuibo-iiltenintors
41 I'' n. run. :Might He Connng
is visiting her cousins G. W. and Mrs. J. K.: Owgley returned to her I
ning at H.OOO revolutions minute
1 s Crews motored to Lake But- LAWTEY per I
ednesday. I L. G. Johnson. home Thursday after visiting her with an HOO-kilowatt set for starting Suitor (fervently leading/ up to II'I

'I'I'I daughter/ Mrs. Moore of Valdostn. op the bigger on>'*. The boll.rs and possible proposal. 'IiIllIlXOh.! ) Helen
\ \I P. Matheny motored to Gaines-
Mr. and Mrs T. B. Triest !Mr.. and the steel for the I haw had! something hesitating on 4
Thursday. i ifr Heaviest and Lightest Woods Here. Lawtey, Oct. 5.-J. P. Tatum of ) building< are' actually

\ Desmond and !Miss Liza Dukes I Both the homiest and the lightest UeLancl wus the guest last week of Mrs. S. E. Triest James and Thomas under construction and preliminary my lipH for some. tins 1- ,

woods! grow In the United States, the his sister, Mrs. G. W. Roberts. attended invention at Long Iridgt! < steps are being taken. for the .ret>tl n Jlt.ll'n-\'e., I have noticed! it-but f r
Dukes visited relatives here last ,
former belnjt riorldn< Ironwood and Hcv. Louis of Sturke Sunday. of the hlKII-I.11I1I transmlmlon line shave it c.ir. Harold.! It'll never grow. s'
Donnelly ,
rh .;s of 112 miles Vl. .
to a point user ilbournf.
the Inttrr tinHornllvd cork of southeastern Mrs. J, O. Williamson returned to i
Mi, i Marie Raborn of Bradford MNsimn: was a visitor to Luwtey Sunday. This line U to np..nitc tit \\\'l.-:\ jI
her homo at Jennings last week after .
Miss. Rachel. Boyer _returned. toJacksonville ()HH), volts, mud, will conslHt of uliun- The New g".
visiting relatives here. i Fond Pupa-"\\rll. mm, what did
/ Inuni-steol
:Sunday: after Spendingtwo re-enforced cable strung on
.. ". ," .- "--. .- weeks here with her parents Rev I Ben Hall left Saturday for St. Petersburg galvanized towers 1NX font upurt.Sctentlflc .- IOU learn In srli/iol' iodsyr'' ( Son-"Aw, }
'- and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. / after visiting. his parents Arnerl' 'nn. bat much! .ht l ,d.! Ui liinMn conplu of t f ,,
!Mr.. and Mrs. M. Hall. two rollers la history, a three re dtriivoliKUH
cNow Easier Than Ever to i :'Ilrs.V.. E. Torode was shopping in I 'tn grugruphy| nail, t .r"treel t,
Jacksonville Thursday Miss! Daisy !Moore, of I.awtey via J .
tinhorn IIIUflTI.y l u- <',i", "" lie
ted her !Mr. and, Mrs.. i D. W. To Cure Cold! in Ono I l.i>
Own !Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Edwards! and parents f.k"I.AXAt'lVF. JIROMO UIUNINK/ : ('UliliHHtmiii > a ,, ((1,1"t IJt,1' i .nci' In, solo, .'
children motored to Heilbronn Sunday !Moore Saturday. I the nin'h and llfinln.. end warty <*l, Hut they dui I ''i u uo. '. ,i" "-
afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Horsey were ''".I.I, t": W. tiKOVt"; Bluiiatura' uil rni ll Imx J., Widow.

t I'' Miss Daisy Moore spent the week- -- -

end with her parents in Theressa. .----..... .... I'" (
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children "' .:::1\t\ 3O"f..... &:" :"." 4. (J Ufr1 ttrs y' **

9'hroulh the of Starke were visitors at tho .,...--" \<"' ,, \

home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards Sun lie \Vho Would Hide the Fault of IIi. Town Rather Than

9' h fJ'Yan !i day afternoon. Correct: 1 hem Is a 1'aide Html, to the Community

David Moore of Jacksonville, spent

Sunday here with his parents, Mr.

-will enroll and Mrs. J. II. Moore j Jewish Control Only a BugbearEvery I .

0 0 you J. J. McLeod was transacting business

i'J and start you on I IH in, Jacksonville Saturday. now and then some punio-stricken person Nhriekn' to 'ak A

....... thewaytoownership. : Miss Eldridfte Reddish, of Jacksonville high llcavrn that the Jews arc rapidly getting control of the

''r r We will put I mother, 'spent Mrs.Sunday Jesse Reddish.here with her United States: i0 ,...-" .

r the money in a Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett of Jack When Henry Ford opened his attack on the Jews every Vllelt tfhe'" '

::1'[I local bank, at in sonville spent the week-end here Wiseacre: whoso province U to nettle the affairs of nations on onItLID tit

; with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards! the street corner, said that settled Henry. If he ever had e T 1'
Each week
:. terest. Rev. Cramer of Lake Butler, will
political ambitions ho might as well abandon them.
make additional Soon Till his appointment at the Methodist EXTRAVAGANCEJQxtraT
payment. Then came the cry of the Ku Klux Klan-a large influential
church Sunday morning and evening 'U
s prollllc source
iti your payments plus the interest paid Mr. and Mrs L. A. Sapp and children and secret organization was needed to keep the Jews in eheck. of dUhoiuMtjr' CitrnvHKHiicH His' .

fcy the bank will make the car yours. of Miami visited relatives here An examination of the facts however, show the absurdity of be deduct i ns a foollHh Htppiixu, or Aeel.nee

several days last week.V. all thin ringing of the alarm. Of more than fifteen and a half .U.I.rnLJOrl1II.> toeitrn' ends,
i t, So plan to get out into the fields and wood business ts..na.
was million Jews in the world only 3,602,150 lire in the United
u. -down to the beach or stream-the family in Starke Thursday.Mrs. l'\H'b' .f no may bo found v

M : and you-in the Ford Sedan. It is ready for E. L. Biggs, of Starke, visited States. Of these, 1,643,012 representing! 29 per cent of the .. to all>] /grader of society. lint It Is

I: business or pleasure anytime you step into relatives here Friday. total population, live in the City of New York. The heart of cliitfl/ apparent among the rich f

the driver's seat and put your foot on the Robert Moore and Truby Wainwright the big town, Manhattan, houses 6.7,10I.;) Brooklyn DM 601,880.The th/jw aspiring to wealth, and those
visitors to Starke Satur wlahliiK to !I.. thought afflimnl. In
button.It were strongest percentage 38 per cent of the residents, is shown
starter other word, It I. the overreaching t
day.Rev. In the Bronx, where 278,161)!) Jew live and have their being '
comfortfor F.. I). Boyer filled his appointment of nodal arntHlon Imairtnatlon and .4'
is a car for all weather with real II
at the Inglis! Baptist hurch last The majority of the Jews in America are quarter*! In the <*ocni tttlon. Ill order to make a

everyone. And now it is within your Sunday. large cities, including Chicago/ Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland, .CH-UI "e"IOn"lratlull the young nmnMiMiil

.. reach. Come in today-get full details. I Misses Elizabeth and Beatrice Howe St. Louis, Pittiburg and, let us not forget, Detroit. | ., harrows, steals In order (Hint

''I were visitors to Starke Friday. More than 67 per cent of the world's Jews live in Europe, hi may keep; up ..1II'c..rll'IVlwl1 's F
thi young man goes "ryoinl+ his +
,llf@vb and Mrs.Carrie Clara Belle Young Bennett; and Misses of Jackson- according to the year book for 1923-21 t. compiled by Harry IfKltlinale Incuom to purchase th..- .

ANDREWS &: WAINWRIGHT ville, were visitors to Lawtey Sun- ScJ.npidernian 1'nl.uid contains 3..OIlO.()() Russia 3,113,000( th.Uiitish utor hoJicH and 1 flnan f> /untoinolill( ,

IV..* Authorized Dealers i rnpire; 70."jlfl! ;) (; Jennany: has 61 5,000()() Hungary .tI!) (IO"fI. imrtliix. fro<|.iiiit unit link and oilnrlilinfn ti
2 day.Mrs. where the Idle. mud Inillfl'i'ri-ht _
;o( 1 LINCOLN, FORD FORDSON:" William Knight, of Jacksonville Jo'rum'clnd its possessions 111,500:> the Irish! Free Htate 5,161 'uII/r"llul.., hu Itt 'both uieiitiilly .1111!

1 STARKE, FLORIDA spent several days here last threst bring found, in (./echo-Slovakia, and, .\mltria.It iiiiirully .illxlioiifHrTim .
week with relatives and friends.Mr. marl who trlcN to npinmr to j ,
is interesting \to i note that in Palestine there are only .
and Mrs. R. R. Thede and children I'V sum rliliiK Mrhli'Ii .IIK I N not IMI a
K:!.7H! Jews, so tlml no fur /America" in (concerned New York '''-|1.11. | Ilili'f., lii order to .l"iflint| ''
motored to Wateroak Sunday 'fl'I"'II| ini'iii' I',..for>> the juiMIc h., Inn
I Iil III il afternoon. nJ I.. truly l Insaid to be the new ..JcMIAlllp.lIUf1 \. lo ,n" IIally Hti'iil!, In fact putrnvuKnii' ti

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were / '", Khli'h..' IM fh..ga|> 'llturp of W t +1ssiomy r

visitors! to Starke Saturday.Miss \\'! JIUNI'I'M" Mirllii'm|' uks.! e.str Klnom over. th'I"n'HI'I (,t city flnpr iinm-rrHiiarlly. and l the. the.'TficiiilllurK : t
of hionil
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I Beula Sapp of Jacksonville r I"i', l.ecmiHC It Nprlli-il u Jump In (Ilm price nf silk. stos'klogs, It U Busy. riiiliiiM iiml liMiiiiii. ',I,..5..t of li'iilrliniitiiIni'oinen / r

lit visiting friend here this week. f In xriixp. the Intricacy' of. our liii-lrirst 1I1I'I.ln..ry.1(1. ten sun Imtv ( '' U hut ran there, n.n-.l. fm' ,

The revival services at the Baptist I'nn lili-in'3' ti'riiH even our vniiltlt-M Into. liiflin-nccx( that work for pease IIII""Y : tr'II'C tn .|Intl| public' oilll |/| -
I II l lu'. iiml tlififfnii. vti-nlliiir lln,,, III''Y, ;
church under the leadership of Evangelist mud the InowHiml.liuilmrn'ciiKTif) of nianklmi.V .
I tit ethers' lii nrili'r. t t |1"1'1.1111111'| the 1 ,
tf t Bigsby, of Alabama will continue .how.Kiinin. d

1 d, I through this. week. Congregations :I1I'W"nrk hnlMcr the other tiny snld fw was. honing n hnrl (tlmnltli .. are 1IIt'UII":( of fn"hlnnnl, -Innoitly "
I, have been large and much interest l.itor, lie ionl'1 not vH any Mini or lulmr uinlT n dollar nn. hour \ and will III.lllr.\i tlic'r vary u.
1 ,, 1 I taken. '1 29| (bat, li.. amid ifi'f nil' tho f"IIo'lIp pricfnppr ln uiittcil! for. t'J'i 7 n vvwkOne Irv nt ,ti'lt'tI' i -r,,, '1 11 110 vfitlin, \i.tMfrnlieii'il + 1
I nt tltff tin)* tvo inwy hear of the i.rori'N"loiinl urn going on utrlhr( fi r ",m, v : without If ho
Prof. W. O. DuVall spent the weekend unil then what ? rnii'it. il',iii'I'.ri' hli' "i.m' : for f,< ,!aliiniMi l i
with friends in Hampton.Mr. '"fUt\ liiiursoli. itchy rc'i'iiiHit ,

I and Mrs. C. J. Hofma left last Don't t 1.i> Irnpiitlctit. gaunt I |1'.1.| It will not/ ho long hffnro you l.iitti-rlll, tt I..i'h, ,IIHVH, liigf .tiii-ir

week for Palm Beach there they will nn- told f"ir ahem yon they volt fur 1'rifl'lcnt. of the l'/iltc.: | titut,.... hrlll'nnf who rotor IK fttrnvnunnt'Mni'f'irc" and th-l i.'inirfinin xrnMtloiiv -
liars patients-uud'' wHlt. t
make their home. must' I'hooMt\ I..twn /honi'Hty. land

M Mrs. J. ,V. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, morrtfylnc xcrus1oa, or gaiety ,
Onre upon a time all the coal dealers Mal to sell ("..1..1.Advf'rlllol'11 pnirtianoil by dishonesty.
visited relatives here Monday.

:Mollie Prescott was In Starke :Monday ,.,. .. The tr..ant peter Is 4*..
space> U the whit hoj.i> It" banes'
on business. Vii,

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I I THE REVIVAL ... w .... ...e_.- ..
II r

6?: I rENT-A-\VDRnl\ I I Last Sunday -evening every denom-

ai p c i million in town united with the Meth- '

s6 vV COLUMN j odibt in their first service of the so- ram V5&YeaIC6a

** \ ries of services that are being held in
: %
'-3***.v3fc that church and are to continue for I
i I the next ten days. This same spirit !
FOR SALE-Good horse wagon -
I young
ft i of Christian unity is being manifested -
and harness. Will sell :
cheap. : i
in all the services arid every person : ( !
g G. C. Cady Starke, Fla. 8-7-tf I ,
1 I I in this and neighboring towns is I I
ei A -
'especially invited to attend these services '1 M1I j
FOR SALE-Three female pointer I ,
T' puppies, eight months old, just ready -
Rev. Fred B. Wyand, of the Baltimore i ,
,, to start working this season; especially ;
conference, who is conducting ijf1
fine hunting stock. It. P. '
,...?? F The Economy BMitNQ POIVOCfl these services, is indeed a man of :
Adams (:Graham Fla. 9 0-2'J-2tt[
I .-.-, God and a speaker of great ability I 'I
He is assisted by Kev. L. B. Simpson,
y t'' / ; the next time you bake-give FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry pastor of the Methodist church here. .

y ? q j GPQy it just one honest and fair trial plants, $2.50 per 1,000 or will sell The hour, 7:.15, each evening is con I II
by the bed. Louis Kahr, Starke. I
t' 1 kitchen venient for all and the services are I
f "" .'r v One test in your own 9-14-2t 1 1lJ P _I
t t'' y not of long: duration. : I
;; :7n ,
1 will to that there is a 2/1} 1hf'
J prove you FOR SALE-Missionary and l<1on- I ; (j. &:;t.j; dY ji ,
y l k' Isac bigdifferencebetweenCalumet1't ENGAGEMENT: : ANNOUNCED
strawberry plants,
any qUIII'1tity.
i Change! featured in die new Ford Sedan make\ a better looking
= and other brand-that for growing land Vorn
any on new Gods in-Register I I roomier car.

r uniform, and wholesome baking fresh plants ready July 1st. If in- A higher radiator with a trim apron at its biwo lends. dignit! II
terested write J. M. Truby, Starke Mr and Mrs. William Flavus Godwin I clowil The hood.l I
+ has I befitting a car higher and enlarged\ 1 cowl)
it equal.
no I li' lt Fla. 6-22-10-20. of Lawtey, announce the engagement : curving gracefully to the dish give n stylish weep to its body
BtitByTcit and approaching} marriageof linen! and all or J additional' leg room for occupants: ol the front
RENTER WANTI'DO; acre farm, I|, their daughter, Margaret, to Mr. 8e.it. I II

; 'a:' one-fourth mile from Starke with I H. Henry Register, of Jacksonvilletho ., I All body fittings- indow regulators' ., door grips' door ]l.itch :
i I! levers, door lock dome light- finished in nickel] The .
ft stl-'L! rr three hundred loads!) lot fertilizer. : wedding to take place early in : I ara
upholstery cnirleo n lino;! dirk line on a soft brown background
Desire renter with force and stock
q -- November. I that doe. not easily how dust or dm Silk window curuiina! '
to run two plows. D. E. Knight The engagement was announced to tI! to hnrmoniiw/ for the three rear windows enhance the style of 1
1.i':ASES COhNER I IJLIUMM.V. : distributing wit Ibe from Starke, and'hi I II''
Starko Fla. 9-21-tf intimate lends of the bride at a the cur and add to the comfort of its rMwtengers.' See the new .;,
stocks of tires will always be ; Sedan and other new Ford body styles at our showroom. '
( tea at which hire Godwin entertained -
I 'kept on hand. FOR SALE-Buggy, good as new, '!1
;If V. L Turns and W E Yarborough I cheap. Mill trimmings make good,I Friday afternoon. j 1j These cart can be obtained through ::1
I i Friends of the couple will extend the Ford Purchase
i 4 1p have leased thc store building on the stove wood, and they are cheap. I Weekly Flan. j.
I Judge/ R. A. Green candidate for congratulations. ,
corner of Cull and Walnut streets I Vegetable (crates any kind. Sm-Il- ::1
s has the last few |
fr until lateley occupied by C .L ..Hodg congress during I gro\"e's Mill, Starke. 9-23-tf I

.a r es. They have tho agency for Central days been to Jacksonville on business ;' --.- -- : .
I FOR SALE One hundred thousand
Florida of the famous! Cloverleaf then to the barbecue at Ft. Fan- I Error Hard to Eradicate. I Snmettgo, rI
Missionary strawberry plants at $1per : ;
t li and Long Distance oversize cord nin, where he was one of the speakers Error, we lire poetically assure!),
thousand in the bed. S. C.
I 1 tires which are guaranteed for 15I :;,- then to the picnic at Bronson \\'hl'nflulI'I.'' writhes. ", In pain mid undergoes I ,I
( ( Crews, Lake Butler Farm one-
I 000 miles and also for the celebrated accompanied, by Col. A. Z. Adkins. tin ulmimt Immediate demise : :ij
I half mile south of the long bridge. but In !sober truth W e 1 know' otherwise I
air gauge/ tubes. The judge his Is meeting
says -
i I :
r 10-5-21 Error N like a di-rnpitaU-d" \ miiiiiplnff' ( .
Their location Is but the with much .
roomy encouragement everywhere
t turtle Unit eimllnin' to buns on for I
space will soon be utilized as all the i AUCTION SALE-Don't forget the unconsUoimhlilengths' I of thou utter It I CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS ,

I iI big sale Saturday October Oth, at I ought to recognize, !> nature of the II I _.__ "__ ..____ __ :
1 I 3 p. m., seven lots to be sold, at ,, situation and die.Perfectly .

i.. west end of Lafayette street. AVm.Mondcn. -- ..-
1 Comprehensible' .
three B gValtes11130x I UNDER DRAINAGE The 1'ollo'lnl'IC'h\ wan made bjI > Dealers
I lawyer on behalf of ills client whose
row hnd been killed' l by u train : "If STARKE, FLORIDA
L. C. Powell First For
I r i Thorough the train hail boon I'UI1I1S It HhouM, have

regular ] Drainage of Land been run or If the bell had beta. rung "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR---HE KNOWS"For
as It should 1 hnve horn rung or if the
L. C. Powell, well known as n thor whistle lniil been Mown nst\ .should over 35 years the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company has furnished florid

size clincher tires IF ough going agriculturist, has received have been blew hotli of which 'h'',v did grower with fertilizer. The continued patronage of experienced growers gives
j.. a carload of drain tile, with which neither, the cow would.1 not have) !bees proof of satisfactory result..
I i Jur,1 when she w..< klllu...."
to of the held)
perfect drainage

] and pecan orchard north of his resi Writ. For Now Fall Price List Just ".u.c!.
; I dence. The subsoil of that is
ijscc Fabric section E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
re/ mind so fine and packing till it lets How Could Her

1 the water from heavy rains through A physician; says freedom from

very slowly, and as long as it is occupied I worry U essential to the treatment of "
i R@ya g Cord < I by water the air so( vital to I locomotor ataxia, Hut a man who
3 (* plant roots is excluded. Mr. Powell could 1 keep'' free from worry with loco-

) j already had so many open ditches till motor atnrla couM recover from an
I ? ampiitnN nead without treatmaatrst.ouievlle Let be
{ '
they interfered with horse drawn implements us
:] CouilerJrujrnaJAmi your
a besides they occupied too

I much valuable land. Yet tho drain-

: thel'IE' age was not BO !good as he desired It
P-a a 4Af ,, _
L'r to be. I ..'. A ( Friend In Need
4 4fI Having decided on undenlrnins he 'r-, I.t:::

ii CO COtttm end have as nnny ditches as ho wants!: "r'VJ.bat aa'rr1c 'f"w

fI I E h and, they will cause no trouble. The f[ r' '..t.'z'o it. f"-" ;'
the laterals! is four inches in I ..
tilo for .
&: ;:.:.' r ("."".,.:, ---. -'-,"_-" ,"=-- '
'|diameter, that of the collecting (dichiOH J;.>>Y./ .a..e.w.Jl.: _.-
I six. After a ditch has been duglto ''tucttlnn/ on ctlquftto
i Perhaps like others often wish for
-now ready the proper depth and grade, the trill /In- nlaetllOfMiierdl'/ intlii you, ....

tiles or pipes lire laid with close A. *ltd rritrrma, earn if of iKldic thtt ncd newspaper. to- a friend who could give you good sound
have collars, and
I joints. They no .

This U.S. quality! group at moss, pieces of !gunny sacks, turf etc. advice on financial matters.

are hud around the joints to keep tho I>c>iir AU-di, : : A friend amt, I

: .......... lowest prices ever offered sand out. The ditch is then filled up. hall' mi nr;':uiin'iil (H to the ror-.
1 brend.Vill Most
.0 The laterals are led to tho outlet ret way lo butter > men make money easily. Their
I l 1' \, Ion. kludlv tell us whlili Is the
ditches which are of larger tile. 'UI'I'Pl'tvIIV"( (:-1) Abe, HIM chief
( lies
difficulty in it. They
+ i */j Buy U.$.Tires F.rom- 2 Underdraining tile is costly, inumiirf. 1II't' ton ,t r:'mo\ tlio I( snmont ( retaining
......un., 2i but if carefully done it will last forever \\ ((31) And I H it pour, .. table make unfortunate investments because
lniiniii>rM to rut mill on the tub?
? takes up no ground and does

i not interfere with plowing. Mr. Pow- Thank you. Two Fuaxni.: : they have neither time nor experience

l Andrews & Wainwright Starke Flu.Smith's ell deserves praise for tho good ex- 1
ample he is setting Trend: FhoiiM. be broken! Into a nor the facilities to properly safeguard
Garage/ Starke Fla. small |piece'' Mini hell, at the edge I of
Anderson's Garage Lawtey, Fla. the liuitcr pi iu. .. Then luklnit) thluiltei the ventures.If .
'. Invention Saves Labor '.Knife,, put on the Imtter. !Iris <
"t .' 1 To Rave labor! In building, roads a ; \'''I'olr, form i ti> hold the bread.
curt has' boon Imputed that spreads( In the air while hut ten lug \\1'11" a1)' there informationaskus.
is need for
stllll'1 111'4) It lo dumped. ate. m.>. ninny l poopli"" ''' tin! .\lwuYN any
( lunch. It to tho butter pliiti- ((2): )
1' ice. ((3): ) \o, 'lluiv Is no ri'iiscni Our officers are especially fitted
why earn should not t ho eaten on the
1'I sob. Personally I think it lot of the by their intimate contact with business
pal flavor of l the corn Is lust by cutting
1 : 1111II It oft A Krneoful way therefore, conditions and their knowledge of secu-
to cat It, Is to brenk the ear In

TEN PERCENTOFF bait before commeuctng. to cat*. rities to help in the safe investment of

II Dear Aledu: A girl friend of funds
of mine In to ho miirrlod shortly, surplus
and 1 would like to give her u
Will Ilh'a>l - shower. you
FOR CASH how to word the initiations\ ? The officers of the Bradford County
; ((2)) Also should\ 1 It be given Itt
the nfternoou or evening? With Bank are experienced bankers and know

--rI II II many thanks.MABOAOET: V. PENM. how to be of the greatest possible service -

If shower I Is to be small and
:your of
Take full
TEN TEN Informal the Invitation may 1 be to you. advantage
Beginning October I 1st. we inaugurated the cash system merely verbal. If. however It Is
to he a larger affair send cards by their skill and energy.
for all work
repair supplies, parts oil and gas and we worded lomelhlng like this :
PERCENT will give our customers the benefit of the cash system. PERCENT "fuse Marlon Stewart will have a
1 shower at her home for Miss Chan-
With the cash
have losses from bad
system we no accounts /flier. on Wednesday! August loth,
and what we have I lost in the past from such will at tonr o'clock. ((2)) A shower Ii

j be given to our customers in the future in. the form of the usually afternoon an Informal preferable affair, but, making If you -

; ;t a 10 per cent discount on all purchases of $1 I or more wish to Include men, the evening We Welcome the

x OFF at regular prices. OFF la the most popular time I .

This discount applies to Tires. Tubes Accessories, Gas, Oils and all supplieswe Opporlunillj Lo you

buy at wholesale Burn (Acid)-An acid burn
,hould be flushed liberally with coM
SMITH'S water and then washed with a --
GARAGESTARKE strong solution of loda.Brwul : ,
STARKE, FLORIDA -Olntcn or brown bread 19n

_ ((1 .i k Sit down and figure out whether credit is worth what you. save by trading with us. JI_ 'n..great r>' nourishment*dint more than healthy white and hu Bradford County Bankm -

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