Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02200
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One of the Largest and Best Developments in -I -.f'..F.; '
SENATE ADOPTS 1 ;i'nrl Robinson Murdered Near Lai l lTuiiday ,-
RESOLUTION JY'OTE OF 30 \ -e. :the State.pRight: at Our Door.In ROAD WORK PROGRESSING Night; Body Found f I .

TO 1 ; TEMPORARILY: RELIEVESHIM I Next Morning : -ii t

the days of the mad gold rushto the best and most mut..r'lhomOs bu- Luke City Oct. 10th-A! midnight .. 'f.

KEFUSESTO RECOGNIZE SENATE the various parts of the globe, ing erected. Right homes have already joy ride with too much liquor aboard

AUTHORITY IN IMPEACHING many of tho prospectors walked right been constructed, two moro arc GradmK: in '(Jut: or Swamp Nearing resulted 1 in the murder of Carl Robinson -

HIM-COURTS WILL DECIDE I over sections which later were developed under construction and twelve are Its Finish at Raccoon Hranch throe miles '

AS 1O HIS STANDING I $1 as the very richest of the field. planned for construction during the north of Lulu last Tuesday night

23. Governor For the past number of years, Florida coming winter. addition to those,, The grade from the \Wunne branch As reported to us by the sheriff,

Oklahoma City, Oat from office has been the scene of progress buildings for u drug store and\ mercantile to the contemplated\ bridge uorims Alligator tin joy ride party win composed of
J. C. Walton 6:40 when was the state senate by and development, such as has been business aro under construc creek is now llnmhcd. Most of W. S. Croft, Jim Crew, I). \V. Douglas
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the earth used, taken from the.A.
a vote of 36 to 1, adopted a resolution' +rW seen in few other states. People of tion. A ,large force of workmen arc A. Johns field was where tho clay i hI Freddie I Powell and Charlie Burs 1i: +

temporarily relieving him of h' official t the northern states have henliiod rapidly pushing to completion Keystone nenr the surface and the contractors, During the night tho cur which ,

duties, following the submission ,' there is only one Florida, where Inn. Keystone Inn will bo a who wish to do work t that will htand, wa headed for Union County stalled A
house of a bill of impeachment i !such superb climate and living conditions ut the l'11gof the branch in this
by the lower t N Modern 'hotel in every respect, beautifully managed/ I so that the heavy; till is of water
against him. I p could really be had. At first 1 located onI high bluff overlooking sand and clay mixed, which makes n I t where it wusfound the following) r.

The! senate voted to receive the tho development wa morn or less Dike Geneva with its big ex very firm road. morning/ with the dead body of Curl W

charge: and a resolution was introduced along the lines of n winter plny- panse of water and its hare trimmed After finishing the grade on th. Kobuison 1 the driver I IInV.\ ti. Croft,

< which would suspend the gov-E. /ground but gradually in tho Inst few with tho mujvbUc oaks. A big north side of tho l bridge, the entire who reports that ho was asleep lit tho

ernor and make executive Lieut.until Gov.the M.for- nit years the importance of the state a* Kibby wonderful dining room, modern force of 72 men, 11 wagons and 1 llwheel time and was not aroused until early "
Trapp, acting 34t' were put to work excavating
trial. a horticultural center has been looming kitchens and thirty-eight rooms I scrapers in the morning at which time it wan P
mer's for the canal on.haulinlt\
The impeachment bill charged!; the / up. In the first rushes, the largo comprise the first unit. Every room the earth! to the fill on the south side discovered that Kolumion' was dead a* 'I
executive with entering into a "('(Irrupt developments sought the southern ', is an outside room, giving a spendiiview 1 This presented! a very busy, acetic< the remit! of a ':min wound in the buck ,

agreement" with Dr. A. E. Dav- portions of the state, which are indeed of the surrounding lakes anc : Some men wero loosening the earth nf hit bead The u t of the |party. .

enport, state health commissioner, to GOV. J. WALTON wonderful, beautiful and op- hills. Electric lights, running hot urn i with a monster plow, others loading had lied during tho night. Croft in

place T. P. Edwards, the governor's ___ _- __-_ __ pealing, however, passing up some of cold' water, connecting: baths are with the wagons and tho scmpcrx( while* I reported! to hnve guile to l.ige Thorn.

personal chauffeur, on the payroll of 'executive olllce A temporary writ those sections which are now proving every roolIn fact no detail is beI others were /grubbing nnd d.lchmrf., ; I homo noaiby to weenie help( iit gettingthe

the health department at $200 a month against the lieuteniint-governor! wa to hold forth the most brilliant pos ing overlooked in making the Inn as Work was at fever bent, as tho car out of the mud hole at which
and that thereby "certain moneys issued and set tomorrow for hearing. I weather i is uncertain and, this excavation ; i
obJect -I sibilities.The I modern as any hostelry in the state. I tune it was discovered that UiibiiiHon
were diverted from the statutory Scarcely an hour later Attorney must bo done whilu it remains,
and purpose for which they were General Short went before the state Lawrence Developing Co., Inc., Just across from tho Inn will be hail, been murdered. HOIIIO time during( ;,

appropriated by law." supreme court with his application of which Mr. J. J. Lawrence is the the excellent tennis courts, route' and dry.J nines L. Brooks, ono of the partners the night Croft dixtluinis any knowledge -

The senate will resolve itself into for the writ of prohibition against/ I general manager, has realized the : quoit grounds in the beautiful park. of the firm, i is a yomiif out of whatsoever/ of the crime.Sheriff a,

a court of impeachment tomorrow, it Gov. Walton and the jud;::e of the distract opportunities afforded by the north I A modern golf course is being laid great energy and with iii'ich experience i Douglass wa promptly notified -

was said. Chief Justice J. T. Johnsonof court, and the temporary orders,: central portion of the state, and have I i out across the rolling hills, with plenty in thin kind of work. He is with who summoned a jury and procIh.1

the state supreme court, will was issued after a brief oral presentation opened a substantial project at Keystone of natural hazards. to maku it one the force all the time, while S. R. at once in company with
S prt I of the case. I County Judge litllen to the acetic of
:de. Johns another to lircct
Heights, located on the South of the sportiest courses to be found. partner, helps < -
Mnnnwhile the house is to I the work when he can the trouble. Sheriff Douglass got latotnh
consideration of the remaining twe ern, a few miles east of Hampton, I, The natural beauty of the surroundings time, and N. T. Hitch, the third spurn( part with Sheriff Itrannen of Union w
in the impeachment indict] across the Bradford county line in makes it a course that every his, iisaistnnee. in
ty counts I' ner, lit often seen on the works. About county, rciiieHlmg| J
ment. Clay county. Mr. Lawrence is a man golfer will admire. 10!; ) men arc at work on tilt different securing witnesses and making/ arrests i _,

of wide experience in Florida, having : Picture in your mind's eye every- units. This chance to get employment of parties in Union/ county, presumably ?

Oklahoma City, Oct. 21.-With sev been connected with and one of the thing that the name "Florida" suggests is much (appreciated by them, a* tlicru connected with the duuthcarliugody. i el
an counts against him in the impeachment ] pioneers of the developing of) various( and is but little to do on the farms at : ,
in beauty and romance you
bill being perfected by the lower I sections of the southern part of the this season.The The coroner's jury was empanelled( \ '
house of the Oklahoma legislature! state. Mr. Lawrence states that in I have it at Keystone Heights The contracting/ firm have 100 muleson nnd after viewing the dead body, and -r1 'e

Governor J. C. Walton tonight contin-l his in this state nowhere natural beauty alone Is going to mukeit the different units. These unim:il.s surrounding circumstances together I ;
experiences ,
ued hit refusal to recognize the aulthority has )he found the opportunities as'' a place that will appeal to everyone must work hard, but they mire well foil with tho examination, of witnesses, 'tl'
of senate resolution to su*'[ the man who wants a quiet rest and 1 cured' for, and the "persuading"' proceeded to Lulu\ whore uddiUoiiut., '
him and awaited a hearing instate they are in their present location. ,, conveniences the than TM
pend with all modern is never more severe necessary. witnesses were examined; then adjourned fi
IIi' 811D5emgngp"Tu; *"or liIeU"V" Cov. Tho holdings, of the company are on : sportsmen who loves to see the trout To the credit of tho firm it may l he till 11)) o'clock Wednesday f y

TraPP b the legally t'mpowered chief tom 1 lakes, free from swamps and a* jump, fur the lakes in this section said that aoro shoulders HO generally morning in County Jud,:u'" ullice in M
beautiful ns nature could make them. have long been famous for their excellent seen on mules working for cuntiuctors -
of the state. is- this city. The jury wax In uensioiiVedne
GovernorValton in a statement The city of Keystone'Ilelghts; |k Iteinj fishing, the man who wants are not seen here. '
people oft To lake u contract of this sizo requires \ .:day lv"lIillror!: Hut exfimlna-
tr day "to located on north shore of Lake round of the hunter a
sued, late his! morning/ golf, whlcu
declared tl1llt great courage us well it* much lion of udilitional witne.wes ut
nvernl11ent" fieneva, one of the prettiest lakes in
visible who likes to follow tho small s
for the express purpose the ; ,'harjell: game and birds. found right here in Sturku. So farho
Impeachment mile ""f clear! sand bottom beach Thursday iiioriiing.
"f convening of The development have already contractors huvo had, goml, luck,
the company
mo 'steel: before of Tho town 'tier ii the scene of busy nctivitv I surviving member of thu joyride -
extraordary (!.islon set about 600 acres in pe'ansancl as we have had no heavy ruins late i
W. S. Croft, Jim Crows,
the what- Hi sad, beautiful streets are party: '
t the state legislature, and that per helnj: laid<<1 off, graded, and surfaced, satsuma oranges arid will have ly. creek D. W. Douglass, Freddie. Powell I 1IJ1.I' I 1
for me( The bridge Alligator
hold! across
ever the future may I halle livt'd among, UK! missive oaks, draped with portions of their holdings which will which i Is also included!! in lha I ror.truul, I' (Chiirlii; Hunt, were all rusted nmlotled
sonaJiy, 1 shall orderly die as, constitutionalgovernment artistic Spanish moss. Cement sidewalks lit' offered to those who wish an investment will have work commenced on it in n I' in thu county jail to await out t

; honestly and fearlcs.l:, are bomrj laid. Water main of this sort to tiring; themin short tinio.' It will bo of timber and, oino of the coroner's |iuiieHt.| a M ,

willrve every lot and everything' 'I mi income.. Gradually, we are un- will be U'O' feet in length. '

IIdm1l1i"tercd. said information U is heist done to make n modern city douLUdly going to bee the pecan I'KCAN: Clll/lfltlSr;() ; VISITS I : HUH: s

reached The governor him that the invisible: mphl with all com'.-niencc*. A mammoth groves increase in importance ti,> the NOIICIOF, TEACHERS' 1llIiTJNG: HU: nON

had lance sums of money on harI, ti light and wt..r, plant will bo erected point where they will rival if not sur- '
ot[: members bo held, I'rof. (i. 11. Rlac'kman: pecan' culture
be used to pay tho expense- to: take Fare of all surh need of the 1'1I": tho wonderful orange grov development A teachers' institute will
i.in their first attempt to meet unlawfully community Keystone lake i i'i sur !* of the sections of the in Sturku' Friday und, Saturday, Nov. lilt of the state experimental station,
the 20th( day .)? 1eptem 2nd and IJrd. All teuchem having apart viHJled Mniko/ 1'riday and, limpuuUidluvcrul h
on further south. Thu
state present'
rounded bv the present town situ! cement 6 _
Mr i\Iebec\[ | thesis _
bcindl.burscd by : on thu program will lie' not lied. pecan groves, unions ,
ber, sidewall and broad boulevard of COO acres which they have '
wa a grove limo of J. M. lirownlue,
money liemg
which Correspondence. courses have been ordered groves I
present speaker to have come from the Kil are being built completely is proving without question that the for all who have agreed to taku I N. D. Wainwright, 11. U :Stevenson: ","i. try

reported Klan. .I around the! lake shore. A boulevardand land of this section !it ideal for both them. nnd !.'. A. Scolt.:; .:; "

Klux The house today approved five artirtes \ walks will also run along the the pecan and I the sutsumu. Their II. Ii. WIUOINS.MK. Tim last Ugisluturu rn/ido an "l'1:/1J

in the impeachment bill, brinyinj! Lake Geneva There and other lakes. : groves intro putting: on a womlci ful .-- .. J()roiriation| for the pecan' industry of

the total to seven. Every char-jo; thu t II growth with far less cure and, fertllialinn !- 1.. i'. S\1t fit PASSES,:: AWAY Horidu. I'rof. liluckman ban charge .
bjl Ruilding Activities of this work, mind, growers are Invit- :
approved :
far considered has than is required l for tho or- FRIDAY AT LAM'! HU11.1..ItLako .
td, 't '1Ilvl.iO with him relative to any
heavy majorities.The f During the last ninety days, Mr. arif"'r grove. Tho superiority ot the ) infoniiatum on pecan, It. y
stands accused JiaeusuH or any
governor tonight Lawrence states that around CO,000 Mundu paper shell pecan is unciies-' Duller, Oct. 120.(\ -'Iho entire culture. 4'

Diversion: of funds to his pri-| worth of lots I have been disposed of.Tho tinned and Mr. Lawrence and his:0nyuiy community: was shocked Last I Fntl.iy' .T I ashy
public ,
have struck the note evening when the news K|>ru.ul that ,
different sections of the city ', have right CIUCIIS; DAVS
vate use.Fruhit'iting. \ Mr. L. .. /Smith hud, suddenly\. puittud .
the convening of a le- restriction which will assure only in 1)1) '..development.. '
out of this Ida into the gnat beyond.Mr. .
gaily oidcrcd grand jury. I feimtli was a liumj.uk-nt. CI.rll"-1 Tho big circus calliope of, the JohnRobinson's 1
to acquire which exhibited in
Vie of his official influence | Lion bentluman, ever rowdy! to servo : cirrus
p"h "te credit and property. RAIFORD POST OFFICE AND Ma fellowiuan with unlnin,,' efforts> JackHoiivillo Mond.iy and.! Tuesday of
A' eptmj a bribe to approve a 1 le1f- i lie was a Hun of Allen and Kluabulh: thin week, wan heard, in titurke::; arid >i II b s

islati'-e bill. I :Smith: born in Uuuufoit county, houlh; number of our cili/.en.l responded l to
>'. nension of tho writ of) habeas] Mm.sAmuiiil.t the cull by journeying, to tint city amiHie '
WHITTON'S STORE ROBBED Carolina. Ho wall iuarin' corpra. iuskinn, who dup.irleil ihn I big top. It is rather difficult to

Umuwfnlly preventing a meetingof -I -..---.- -.-- ----. .. I life in HjJt: : Later ho mairiu.l Mi ,s i- lunate tho bus of peanuts and pup turn

tl! t.itc legislature. omc--: :::; of the thieves 1 KlizuLmth:: KisHio 1'uarce, who aurviviihim. .' and 'quarts of red, lenionudu] utirinunieii dr },
A ud prevention of a special 1 I The post Whitton'a store I II No iluo to identity Nine children were li, violation of law. as to, WHO they were or where they stand and, old, joined in the { I
tat.. turn in i at Raiford were broken into and rob- which survive their fatter: Mr. young "
Af' ,i conference with his attor- '{ bed Tuesday niyht. At the former the CUIIK from. During the tune they I IMIH.I Ke-rce Mrs. J. F. Hirilmg, :'>11'>4. 'fcedini of thu elephants and monkey ism
Walton opened the court \ we m supposed to bu currying on ..1.1v. few of thnsii" that were present'
nc\ :. ) thieves purloined all the parcel-post l'l'rrrW.: Haddock( C. M. :Smith: ,
action, settle, ; the question of whois packages and a few cents in stamps their work, tho dog! of Marshal Reynolds Smith, W. l'. Smith:: (;c.urglJ W. from Sturko were Mr. and Mr: *. J. W.Andrews \ ,"' w
J K:, M.
und Mrs.
in Mr. :
It" -TO,,ir by films an application At Mr. Whitton's store appeared very much disturbed, Kniith; and Aaron A. Sm.th, all of Jr.? '
and coin. Jim +
d.stri eourt for an InjunctionaaIIlS' either in Columbia Union Johns, Mrs. J. K. Corpemnjr, 7
of whom live or
'but at tho time no thought anything
t.ieut. Gov. Trnpp to restrain! some silk shirts and socks and a lot serious Wednesday counties, with tho exception of Kickliter: W. A. IIusHent! Willie V::1)-| s m
the duties of theHALLOWE'EN of men's work shirts, as well as women's was going on. arson, llaroM Wall, L. C. 1'owc'll, w
him O m ais'iminir' Mrs.' haddock, who lives in Harntoii,
oLute. Farm hound. were put
and other things, mime : I'uwellV,". ,
skirts, hose Turin. und, George arid, Aaron Small, :'list. Etta; TI iOn, Billy
PARTY AT CLUB on duty, but they failed to find a :' trs. Horenco I'oflll,
all amounting to $:jO. who, resides, In Tumpa. Wainwright, >
HOUSE trail.-Johnstown News. McNeil, Miss Carolyn
MUll! Blanche ,
The silk shirts taken were numbered The remains were laid to rest on
believed Sunday in the New Zion cemetery, }hripp, Miss Margaret I.onjr, D. I P. "TIr.
and it is
and 17
15 10 +
On Wednesday, Oct. 31st, thereto b ,numbers were selected by the AUCTION liUIIKU: PARTT Kev. C. F. iiivers' olHciatinK, awl 11.L. Carpenter, IVIfuir Lung; J. J. Truby, i
no a hallowe'en party given at the these -- Fowler in charge. A host of relatives and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mr*. v
club honnc by theVoman's Club. The robbers engaged in the thievery. I Ilalph UhudeR, Misses Alle'nlvlll'c&
attended the fu-
Mr .and Mrs. II. H. Young gave/ n and friends
decorations for thi delightful affair Efforts were made to effect an en- delightful Informal bridge; party on neral. 'Iho bereaved oi.es huvo thu" anti Mldilleton, Gerald; MidJUtou, .

wl1i\ i DC coder the direction of Mrs.E trance to Steve Moore's store, but Friday evening: at their charming I sympathy of the community in their i' }trunk Carpenter, filly Graham.DKA'III s s

R. Ncff Club members and hon- failure waa the result. hornI'or decorations! choice pink -- "'
orarv numbers are asked to< be at the loss.Mrs.. H. C. Crews of Roiford i* : ill' UI'ILMarcut HOT r
friend from ,
taken from the post- roses, cent by a !,
baildln1:' Monday evening to assist in i The packages callfor.1 home of her fi '
the build- nia, were used, and :Mexican very ill at the nephew ,
back of
decorating: the rooms. |office were carried Four tables were arranged] for John U. Crews Her many friend I Dougla. Uazen was burn t

An interesting program; will be rendered ing and opened, and such things as bridge, delicious candy being placed\ hope aLe will soon regain her healthagain. toII': and Mrs. A. A. Hazen, if i k

\ under direction of :Mrs. Nelle they didn't want were left, and on each table. Tho game resulted in I cooker, Sept. 2'J: 1U-M: and de-purtcJ

Hurhc' and. there wl1\\.be four booths among the articles: refused were chil- :Mra. f':. It. Neff/ making high: score Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews of New :hn Info October I IS: 1923.t:
with 'ot of good things to eat \In I and Marcus vvuj tho youngest of sir
dren's clothing. among tho ladies, and C. } Huover tiver! were visiting their brother
them Home made candies, hot coffee The night marauders came in an bighe among the gentlemen. family last Sunday. children, and was the only son in this ,

nc"ia and, sandwiches, ice cream Whitton's The hostess nerved her Rucats fruit' Miss Annie Douglass, who lives atKlhsville itu.iiMl.lc family. Ho! was sick justtI .
snit e WIll bo there for sale. There auto and parked in r ear salad course with tea and. coffee. ;: was visiting among: week and, all that fond parent. i
willw\ ''ie a fish pond and balloonsfor store, where they anticipated, easy The guests Included Mr. and Mrs.C. many friend Saturday. bO"1 I nedieal skill and kind friends could. r 4
the !it; +le folks. loading of) the spoils through the ', done to relieve him, but all <:tfurt" --
F, it.lover, Mr. anti Mrs. Joe. Hoover Mr>>. Ida Anderson, of Sturke, spent du was t
Ever\'body expected to coma masked back door. However, they failed to Mr. and Mrs. G. M .Siatrunk, Mr. I several days with her daughter and seemed in VUIIK and on Monday '

i, and a prize for the best costume get in by tho way of the rear route and MM. C. A. FuUh, Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.{ Iienm>tt. I, he angel! came and I bare the. "spirit's, ,.
win\ >? 'Hven. and .,"n-. ttSo f '"' .>,' .'......|...1| ft f* "_I1I,. u -" .. ; a' ... r +f;+

la a.d.n's: I' ;- Julani': EUarcU.; .vet with Uod.V" .
lion, 10 and 15c. an entrance wrOJ,,_ _oJot.. __.rr.. Williorci Bishop of I her little: grunuaon. : t



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lliitHMt t fli/!i<> ? hELYA Lawtuy are spending a few days hero

( [Live 'tN' -l I with Mr.\ friend and Mrs. R. L. Starling visited SYSTEM '

Ill l ,. R..R.H.J: relatives at Lawtoy Monday and :

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Air. and Mrs. Goo. Wilkinson and '
'it Told by Our Exchanges. +trf I I baby of Akron Ohio are spending re.. : ',

', I rf! _______ ___________________ __ pc' .ono time here with his parents- Mr. ; .11
{ ; h mWlalJtml.t:1mCIDCIU1CIDCmCIlDwmrut.1W! : .WWwQWCIDCW CID.C1t\ltmlilacJIWUu\ : : ; : :;;'JC g and Airs.\ L. Wilkinson.
1 '" Once more the body of I'royV 0011i1'I the /ground The passengers were not |' Messrs. Ulankenship and Dalton 6,
1 back
1' aged and wealthy: farmer of Bron oii erioiiKly hurt although the car was were visitor to Jacksonville Sunday. j Plowing I
I him been taken! from the trove ins wrecked. H. L. Layton visited friends over
which it has lain since early Amount at Lawtey Sunday.
and Its vital nriranu sent to the University Hood and bridge connection with Misses Ueth Wimberly and I Ethel: the earnings

a t of Florida chemists for reexamination the mainland of Florida is assured by Ricks wero visitors to Jacksonville on .
l In un effort to determine passage of a $300,000 bond electionin I Wcdnesd,ly. (
) whether or not the man came to his Monroe county. The vote stood/ Mrs. H. Wimberly, Miss Wmi-
( t, .. death from natural VIU.CH. In the 473 in favor and 210 against the bond feed W Imbed)', O. U. Barker and W. the ten years ending( 1920 freight ,i
t Mr1. Loraine 18- W. Wimberly motored to Jacksonville I on the Southern Railway ':
meanwhile Wood issuo. A million dollar hotel has been I( II tIn SYSl< m i
,' ,: year old widow of the deceased and assured by a Cuban hotel man with I Thursday. I II than doubled. This was a very ,I
two others are being held In jail! the beginning of the connecting link. The following news: item from thoI larger Rain than was shown by the t
I pending an investigation which may I Lockhaven (Pa.) Express: of Oct. lit. I li \ of the country as a whole. The
1 lead to tho charge of murder. wil Ibe of interest to many throughout : 7'ci1t1 : '
Harry Hums one of the largest this Hoctiun: ; South was growing faster than the rest ,
real estate operators of Miami choked : of the
f II country. '\
Four members of tho crew of the to death :Sunday; night while !gargling Mrs. Robert Geiger Cook who resided 1
I American three annsted schooner his at 402 West Beaver street pirssed ; :
throat. Oxygen was rushed l
uway at an early hour this mor-i-:) t The Southern had to meet the test, hut
I st Itluoflclda from Mobile to Tampa carrying to the homo and administered in u
; of lumber drown- ing.! Shu was the daughter of tile 1 Lito we had provided for such a demaed. IP
a cargo were vain attempt to save him.
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n g days In the gulf. The vessel was Up to last week the amount of cot- and lived in tho West Branth valley rU) $104,000,000 of new capital to incre..s, ,
., miles IVnsacolu. until after,! the death of her ; .0I the carrying capacity of our lines.
l wrecked ten west! of ton ginned and! shipped from theBrookftvillc Robert Geiger Cook. She hUJund'l 2
i section was one hundred = .
moved to Florida, where! she
f With the opening next month of tho and sixty bales. with her family near Jacksonville. A I 'J.'f Our double-track had been increased

ka magnificent new hotel at Keystone I few years ago the family returned' to from 443 to 1,021 miles; yard tracks and
r HeiRhtH; between! Luke Geneva and Live Oak was visited by another the present home on East Water ';' sidings from 2,786 to 3,351 miles; thC e
4 1 t 1; Brooklyn: another Florida' city will disastrous fire early Thursday morning street, when Airs. Cook resumed hernwml..rshlp tractive power of our' locomotives had
r 1'U 1 I J heroine: n fact and\ is destined. to be. when the Carroll building was in the Great Island been increased 40 per cent; our average;;
como one of the most attractive resorts destroyed. This building was in the : hurrli.. Deceased was one of the freight trainload had mounted from 274 Atr
in the state, according to S. II. heart of the business section and was
p | oldest residents of this section, having to 500 tons a notable gain in-operating
4i & Newell member of the firm of Lawrence occupied by several business. firms on passed her ninetieth year. Until efficiency. Y
i Developing Co., of Mcadville, i j t the first floor and offices on the sec incapacitated for active service by Y.y
I'd, who is a guest/: of the Hotel Sem.I ond. The loss is around $75,000 with advancing age, Mrs. Cook was nn in- The 'double'tracking of
., I mule whiles enrouo from. Tallahasheo only partial insurance.In dcfatigablo worker in the interests of the Southern, Railway Of the $104,000,000 expended for addi-
6 to Washington, where he has been for i the church and Sunday school. trunk line from Washington / tpf tions and betterments $21,000,000 only e,
the past few days in connection with I I an effort to maintain detours in During her residence in Florida she to Atlanta, 637 was obtained by the sale of new securi 4'
( I chancing of the towns:to name of i a good! travelable rendition St. Lucic' personally maintained and superintended miles ties. The other $83,000,000 was taken
( :::1 Brooklyn to Keystone Heights :i I county has expended the sum of $8- the work of an active :Sunday:; ,coat$52,000,000. from earnings and used in the improvement r

111 since(' March 1st. school in her community, where there of the properties.The h
lr f 1 :' Joe Ilnrrell, nn employe of the I'n.1 were many who would have otherwise

1 latka Crate Company, was instantly Florida produced nearly 40 per cent been without such privileges. Her upbuilding of the Southern Railway
,, killed when! he fell on to u rapidly of the turpentine and rosin distilledin counsel and her spirit of sacriilcial System to keep pace with the South has
4 running engine which he was crossing the United States in the season of zeal made her beloved of all with been planned with
I I on .a (piece of planking. The disc 11)22-23) the total number of gallonsof whom she labored. She ministered! an understanding of
the transportation needs of the South
Pa l by
on the driving arm cut his body almost -
turpentine for the state standingat unstintingly to the material us! well
{ ; entirely in two and he! wan dead! 8,259,89! while there were r r>;r>Gt.r,5; as the spiritual needs! of those about Southern Railway: System men bred in the traditions of the South

i1' ai before he could be extricated. barrels of rosin produced in the state. her. Her death is mourned by her last year spent in the South to know its problems.The .
The showed decreasein circle .of friends
figures a slight family and a large
i $I The midden death Wednesday at turpentine and an increase in ros in the various communities where $2OOOOOOO more than it Southern serves the South and it
1 H a lakeside park resort near Orlandoof in as compared! with 192122. her kindly influence has been felt. receivl' >e greater South of the future. '

I William Ledford employed by the Deceased is survived by two sons! ,
L1 t ,. Western Union at Kustis, created! a I Robert G. of Philidelphia, Henry C. ai
1 c furore among the largo.. crowds visiting of Oklahoma and by three daughters ;( j

1 I the dance hull and swimming pool Harriet G., and Katherine G., of \
mid gave rise to a widespread rumor unt1ttttMutthelys !) this City and Mrs. W. F. Cornell of
that Lcdford! had! committed suicide. Philadelpria. THE SOUTHER. S THE SOUTH i
r i At the coroner's inquest however it Mrs. Cook was a resident of Highland -
} was shown that -the man had died, for a number of years and the lit,
a, ,i from a lesion! of the heart as! a result people' of this community are grieved ',.,
,. .
)Ii i of over stimulation. to learn of her! death. It was here "' ,J
she personally conducted a Sunday \;'
Howard! (Usher a taxi driver was I :School:; as long as she lived here and
I shot thri'o times in the stomach on ,, she was loved by both black and
tho outskirts of Daytona Sunday evening !- white. J l r Y
when ho was! attacked by two
men and a woman passenger who it Habitual Constipation cured ;

alt la alleged, robbed him of his car and in 14 to 31 Days .
S ,
{ in cash. Ho was taken to -- _.._--- --- I
+ about $50( 4Y "LAX-rOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- -- ---- -- ------
li a hospital where bin! comhttan was ILD..L.D.SuT4cADTCi. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for I la billla' "loots" who would have to be turne
:' ) ,\ I prmounced'serious. ivmstipiition. It relieves promptly but
t 1
{ should bo taken regularly fr I 11 to 21 > .induce regular' action. It Stimulates\ "' from "'
The. Silver estates n real regular Ill sunburn?
I POLITICAL DISHONESTYPolitical ,. iulatea. Very Pleasant to 'fake i,UkL
estate corporation has! begun the ell!- :> i' Inittle.ARMY. But seriously, the army should 1 .I bl
g't velopmcnt of a trait of about 3,000() dishonesty breeds ilNhnn- I kMENTHOlATUM
? t l acres northeast of Ocala. The! property \'KJ| of every kind. A state of inlml : kept up at the nominal figure of 12;,
fronts fur a half mile along" which will Intend one fraud. will, : 000 men. We need, u certain force tl cools and heals. J '

state aid road No. 31. upon' occasion, Intend u thousandlie / perform routine duties and man gal
j who upon one emergency will That the American nation is any- 1v'
I A deal which means a ten-story hotel lie, will lie supplied' with emrr- thing but militaristic Is shown by the I risons and that figure is none too bil "

$ I of :IOU rooms for St. Petersburg geodes In order that he may continue fact that in these piping\ times of for a country so widely spread out ill

_ was dosed! then Saturday when Dr. to lie. ie! who will \perjure peace! the American army is diminishing o'urs. We have many islands of thl I danger.

I i I chimed!Eugene"' the Christian Colonial of\ hotel New and York! the purr.adjoining himself to save a friend, ....mlll> It la at the rate of 1,000 per month ,, kea which wo may be called on tl Calotabs/ are sold only} In original

t property. The price paid was a tliispernte Juncture to ave himself and the general staff ia. fearful thatit protect and defend at any momen] sealed packages price thirty-fly

t, I 125,000:!:! ( ( ( fur tho hotel and $15,000) ) for lie who U nnjiwt In the least U unjust will fade away altogether and 'I We have no territorial ambitions tl cents for the large family package, s f
I the property adjoining. also la much.Temptations leave them in the parlous state of ,; gratify at the expense of our neigh ten. cents for the small,, trial, package x

> to \political dlohonrsty Othello with their occupation "gone. bore, nor on the other hand have wf Your druggist i. authorize to refund

4 The arrest in Palmetto early Sun art dually atx-ppled. The political That would be a calamity indeed. I any territory that we are willing t| be thoroughly delighted with Calo- ;
day of Sheritf Leon (1.l Wingato by I dlithonMt! ,t which destroys There are not enough swivel chairsin hand over to any greedy land grab the price as a guarantee that you will 1
1 Hnrtdiul Howdoin on a charge of one's character unfits him for hou- Washington to furnish forth the I her. A decent respect for our ow tab .-(Adv.) w.,3tDEPOT

drunkenness the taking of the sheriff est pnnltlon I tu every other department high officers with berths, let alone the safety and that of those people i ilmr
f I to the Palmetto city jail and his. of life. That which I U, true of great flood of captains and second charge demands that w. shoull
) subsequent release with a hearing to nucleus of af MOVEDNAM CIUNC- t tED
lenders In politics U true of subordinate maintain at least! the
r tttI be held next Saturday in the Palmetto .
'*. army.
city court caused a sensation in
r+ both Ilrudentown and Palmetto Sun- Political dishonesty. In voters runs ".*.***.I ***.**< The national defense act of 192 -
day. According to the statement of Into general dishonesty a" the rotten set! lowest figure which would peii Permission has
tho city officers the sheriff not only .HperU tnlntM the whuto l ai|>l"'. S mit the carrying out of the provision! been received from just the been! recentlr .

was drunk but was overheard by I"n'ho platln> indltlctil' game di l" Inactive of the act by general! !staff at 125OOt road State Rail :
t them to bo! harranguing.. negroes in h.mestly. will I'lny the name kind of 3 (). Now it seems that it is becon| Commission and! the :Southern;; v;

I tho negro district against the Ku II saute 1" their (>rivite; nlTnlri. Tin'' ing impossible to hold the army of Railway authorities for the removal y',
I Klux Klan and! to have advised! the tricks" cud traps In politic, when Liver even that low figure. The reason i the depot at the present site of "
negroes. to organize against the klan .. Brooklyn to a point about a mil:
t h !f ni.n learned by a jomiK mini meIn plainly apparent. In these times 0 I :
which the olllcers state, he told them..ol.s east, near the t
entrance to the big cleelopment -
hilt i ii"!""! In business and Hortety, II boundless prosperity when bricklayl
.. trying to defeat him. \'
was walk In life. "I hiv bad trouble with it Keystone Heights. Its
i. id III ocr.ntlier> ers are drawing $16 a day and corn i,
t Thi' man who Item ,to yeti In \pollt M Inactive liver," wrote Mrs. mon laborers! ride to their work i if also underbtood that the name of 'j
The, against the nine employes ;
soar the
f' of the state rond department under '.. utll II. to yon In trade III bll iI i- .J S. Nichols of 4412 Spencer automobiles a life of inglorious east! itation/! will he changed! from

::1 charges here of assault with intent ... mid In ..",'Inl IlItI'I'Ollr't.\ S St., Houston, Texas. "When at $30 per month has few allurement! Brooklyn to Keystone Heights '1J+

1 to murder, in connection with the iuni alto Mlai'der, In pulili-s' Mill 4 I would get constipated, I would I'I for an ambitious young man with thJ V

shouting of Sheriff Hagan, when an I ,11' I'T In periiinnl /iiHnhs. 4H feel a light: dizzy feeling In my making of a good soldier. When hil

1 (I' I attack was made on the Putnam The 11I"11'h" cliilma I to be i <* head. To get up In the morning t time is out he quits the army foreve "\
t county jail last March has been not I Iprossed ( hi ..tl..11 and. nt I IIII' rants: time IrHiitiiiit'M I- i (H with a lightness In the head and and joins the ranks of Industry. Thl

a by State 'Attorney Adkins in | t iMiltrlclan. tuny be 1'1':111'I: '1 I Inn .:J a trembly feeling Is often a sign Ii.. army with its low wage scale and it I
Patatka circuit court i iChief ', nf tho' tlli'tii-st., \ mo-.t 11 W: that the stomach is out of order. round of
monotonous duties
.rlanptii Ie! mid I'ltlllll,1"\ >t l I. .' '
For I
I I.IJ this tor.k Thedford'*
latttul,, WI ',ir'.ni' flun'ii\n\ I'iit( Nil. :, iII M compete with the attractions of clv ONsl/
I :
A. L. Allen and five other IIJ i P
.IJ t .. ... Tj| Black-Draught and without a
I I. t'.o dni') i-f etr e pi nil
IJ prohibition enforcement
officers were'in :' >' II finllttclllll III the 'Ml'110 I iI..f. t ttrii' C3 doubt can say I have never ., I( life.The
t I
I f Holmes county last week and conducted ,! sense if Unit ti"'n,,, \\hni' 4 found its equal in any liver general staff is puzzling it
jt :' one of the largest and most I polllleetrJlt N. I hirti"iio. \ nf i--. as medicine. It not only clean brains for some method to hold thl

successful raids ever, pulled off in the I iTniwnt. end, every mail shuts:.. 4 the liver but leaves you in such PI army at its present status, but without } fGGIES | "
{ ,1 county. The raid started. in above uaatT taut ecletae.
i ( 11" old Cerro Gordo and continued 49 1 a good condition. I have used much result up to the present

97, down the, river. Six men were foun.I'on! ,ittgil it a long time, when food does :... moment. It is planning to make thrc|
1 at stills, two of whom escaped the wj not seem to set well, or the -- requests of the congress which it
others being placed, in the Pensacolu MIGHLANnHiuhland -2 stomach is :a little sour." .. hop\ <,;d'may help some. The first! very close price, the following/ vehicle,

jail. A total of fourteen stills more for the recruiting sej
; were ., Oct. 28. :Messrs. Albert pix one-hoMe brand new farm wagons,
I torn up 13 of these being gasoline Montgomery and II. C.- Wimberly Jr., a I It it isn't e I vice the second is the repeal of prJ J I t t2 axles 11.2 I I and 2 inch tread. t
drums and the other
r one a copper of 1 visions that recruits not 21 must ha
atlll of 33: gallon I 122:! barrels Park spent the week-end ore wagon. One second hand four-
capacity. Q their the I It
'I here the guests of II. C. Wimberlyand Thedford'iUXMAUGHT : parents' consent or repe I
', of mash were destroyed! and Ilk family. .. >f the provision requiring birth ceJI oJ I bargain. One second hand buggy

1 11 ., gallon of syrup poured out. <' G. H. Barker and B. B. Williamswere tM I I; tirlcates; and third money for sun Prices (furnished on application. ,
I visitors! to Lawtey Friday.A. IIt 13n't training Whether theemeasures ,-
t mer camps.
I 1\\ A Ford touring car with two people .
I n in it whose names the police did motored K. Williams to Jacksonville and B. B. William. I will produce the desired r<| '

? f not learn, smashed Into an electric''' following attended Monday.The the Baptist .; ( .. suit remains to be seen, as well tt PIM% CO ;

I f light pole on the Tampa road Saturday Association held at Long Branch near whether congress can be induced

I and broke the pole in three pieces. Maxville Sunday: MM. H. C. Wimberly an? Liver Medicine. f" pans them. But it is evident thil

It snapped off at the ground and Miss Beth Wimberly Miss Sin- y something must be done if we woul| LER FLA.
1 again near the top tearing! loose nie Prescott R. L. Prescott R. D. and not see our little! armv dwindle awn ,
from the wires and flattening out on Melvin Pn-scott H. C. Wimberly Jr., ...a.\. to nothing.-Tampa Times.



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WMFl' ? Greeks Iipcau he" knew that he Lnewnothin S"'etal''l'k won't mio Henry ]! HIT: ST.MiKK: I'KOl'I.K: f $:;.(10 REWARD I Ifor : -- "- 1' 'j''.

I *?. I For] for libel. hall nsk I'ongtvss j t'r: More, .j
... "' to irMMtigiito Ford's This I ; nrrpftt" nnd conviction of person .
clvirftc-i ; ;
:. H r j I Or..1 wh : ( "et:
C noes wriliivr; for a i newspaper j'
who have !been of
nr > guilty
Y"'lfT'r h. g-- shows hristiiin for persons
\ :, ... 1i.. u_ taughl a spirit nu charge .. c
exactly IN often tempted to over I'ruihu.' defacing the Woman's Club building. .t l Y' ,)r' '::; ;icrt F.wl.o
could be more serious than Furd' accusation ; ...
Hut it be stimulated. \\o, "
can When Yet no one has succeeded in ,
its yet
( minute ;you feel a littlo I Weeks. \ usn:; :
. THE I 11'1' th' x-o-.th1, Kt; i! bat1 !, the apple fell that started important over praising( the people of Sturka I .: 1US'r: TANG

1 of f'luU'-. rtptoMurs'in.wMi ; thought in Newton. When Columbus! -- when the subject is their virtues II .
.h l/lZ.l1fDY far "i..
1 1I lioi'l: I till vu re down sick.Gudo'a made the stand that Ford) who Tho Says Tobacco ;Must Goo I 'a' Ran ndHlie ,
,' .. of ill- egg up, probably passes: rapidy from one outstanding traits of our citizens !- a .. A rrn.ra Caab" {
TuUo as a prevent1 ". H >.'h.lealrrsent.maara. .
I 'I'L, \\lllliri!I <.:;t ;; oi. bin\i'id, tilt I made tho spectators think for a few cage to another, like tho boy at tho are generosity; sympathy, forbearance Way Of Saloon L' lit.,
'1+ ('Imi'dijiit; up ymir pncrtry. '(err" t .i:r..< i Kiitg."id: Mftftt IOWA* O

w hFree (< itill both KquKl i.lul, tablet But how can you teach or provoke employes share in the profits of his a residence in Sturke of 41 yours, ? ', .. i n.. MI.' i n.,, i 1.\. .1 .Hi, m mrvii.1 .
h, .
; iv ii Mvtithernil
Trial Tablets S-'i' ; : ''' I prolonged concentrated thinking ? Se- railroad. the writer has had I '," '. .. ., ,, ..
Yi : ;: I ;. wd:.:: Gq BO many opportunities y ___ (" ( 1't. ii, I I.. L. ; ,,)l.' fotmdi
.,.r U: id-- i r* i et,tv ri i .-. i e "n r t.HitivM lect your subject "matter unlimitedin lie will help them buy profit sharing to observe these attribute of "'J\.: :t I.:Sr' ,1"1 K 'r'" I i ,n,,,1.'i nil I ll.iuihmiw nlutipuinmii .
oue'I 1 nisi) J'n; vo i 1..1. Send: Its j'
,?.'",11,"(.\ i. n. i.H!l.I u'"' Ir ji': to infinite space," or "time without certificates\ in instalments from our people, nil the way from n case of 7 I ,,', :>1 11'I"tn lit, | il n it'it/if in' the' II.III.MII.( rl :Jtilr f
.I 1 J.ln I ..'."h..ch' '.. t111, : o .. N. \. beginning; or end," or "the logical their wages. Thvymay get their common illness to an execution, till I wok.Jlf Poop, "If.I'.d/ rurrt/ but/kit. rr '

G 1"11 f.-H .'_'T-1P \" ,, probability of personal immortality." I moneyback any time, but must keep ho has felt thankful for living among t I l;"!-( -k 7 lol".t1Io'wl"'IlI..o.h.o/ I/ \I l la"1 > I P.I, "| .,,k.. t
t ""' '', .. W ./ The average mind will find it hard to their certificate not sell them unlessto such kind people. Whenever it becomes A "tuUli'lItM"UaMI1: : ;.
? r: stick to one thought for three min their fellow employes.. known that sorrow or need $ Ij' Far.: '.,.inn Vrt'c, i MI t.rl.Mll.rul,; I 11 M: IIH .
.:!pt: C.Et .?' an. utes. 'has entered home, sympathy and :::::0 "" '" i / v. .to 'uiiilcM, !,
-d a ." "
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r Tonic: and #/.?<.''-'' --,; "tchmrmnana --- Whatever you may think of Henry aid are a s sure to come in as is the "' 1.".,,',".
$; ie...aamtctu.as!:: s c sam.zmec..r For seven marriages in the United Ford you must admit that the problems fresh breeze from heaven when the I i S,,l.l: \hy D .u : and, Gsnrrnl stores ",

States there is one divorce. For seven of the country would be simplified windows lire opened. ... ,. U '! If'o 1r. ...I'.';'.
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1 .. M\ ;: vrt I t1" i u ..
Births! und for "
people of middle age one is sure and tho security of those that marriages/, are causes! 1I
........ to die of cancer. have money increased, if other big rejoicing and it is easy enough to I Iy 1I I '''' t lf scuyyy r .'
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Some call the divorce cancer" worse employers! understood as Ford docs' smile with those who smile, But to I j .:, .,1, ...1t;:.C' .Il
than any other malignant tumor.If the handling of workingmen. mourn with these who mourn requires r. i J I l : '\ 'I. :. i f.b: ] 4L.

we understood cancer and divorce "...lllk from contented cows" is a a symathetie; noble nature. I ; : ir t! rEi"'j i ';' I

we might find them not no far well-known motto. | It has recently como into tho writer's .... '!w ",

apart. "Work from contented workmen" life un opportunity to add still more Ml1. t'I1 f I'll-s ti. I'OIIIO, ptOHlillMllt'f -

Both come from ignorance, both ought to bu the employers motto. ti> the knowledge' he already had! of the, says Sea that SiiiukorV the war rrotivlhvl.onisno against Id I war. What can the United States:do .,

could be prevented. Contented cows don't kick or buck. tho traits of the Stutko' people mentioned the .
f tlll'lUliI
IIKl' l> 1s| |now III Ill about it? :t
! t tnt ab II\ l'. Such sympathy and! oiirnost. lip I "
-0- l IIIH N't' tin- >Into This country extends good will t. ,
desire to aid he had llll 10 IlllllllVO .Klnl \vlllll
Tho voters of Oklahoma never thought I"a liltl- i
? hr f ; seem to John L). Rockefeller. Jr., has !given I ; III t I. ,I' .Iii nil mankind but has not accepted J and twill
.r r have decided against Governor Walton possible) and ho' und his family aeKnowleilee ,
not usecept tho task of policing!
$5UOOUG to the ;Zoological :Society !IIthe
I in favor of the Ku Klux by an their debt to the many I
world. The fate of Europe is in
C promising to duplicatu that amount. '
t Ift lt ---
1 Icy overwhelming majority. Governor \\lio canine with open hearts and! willing -
rhtlr i E. K.:: llarknoba gave $i00,000tuo estate NO !' A CAT'S:; 1'\ W the hands of tli' >f Kuropa.:
Walton secures an injunction to prevent : of Jlrs. 1' K Tlioiiipnoii$5UUOO.; This virtually means every If they throw niT their hatred and
election that would portion' in yt.irKo: : becuuso it is I I
an impeachand
The work of the Zoological bucioty:: !i iik turn to peace they can begin the work
him out. true that "Those also serve who only In a spocdi ut luiu'hoon Miniutiipolis
put u in -
uoodod that
dune scientifically. It does not nf rest oral" ion HO biully in
HOW LONG CAN YOU THINK: ? If it be true that the Ku Klux completely stand und wait." Kyes; dimmed Monday, former Premier '
I DIVORCE merely collect elephants to amuse the part of the world. If they do not i ikm
control that interests with tours moan that the sym- lloyd George: said. : I
a great state .
HOW children and mmikeys; to rcbuku the their fault .and not tho fault of the
all other states. It may be pathy is real, and the hearty requeststo '''I am not here on any mission, I but> United Slates I'urnpo HiioiiUl keep
It admirable I
men. carries on -
HENRY FORD! pernluttent
ACUTE STAGE, that Oklahoma voted not much in bu given un opportunity to aid "in )lot I
to that
so scientific work. In days to mo say you ono thing un- her chest nuts> out mho. lire. Thi
'r FARM: MOrSE( 'J
CONVERSATION. favor of the Ku Klux as against Gov. I any way, came from the beurt. Why til the United Staled of America: with country does not to ho used .
Como not one of the specimens in thc propose
STARTER.; l j "
Walton's use of militia to )}reventvoting' Zoo will be left alive on tins this spirit is more prevalent horo its mighty influence, with lU groatpower as a rut's paw to pull thorn out time i
POSITION.Rev. than in other know of
any place we with tho moral commandwhich
and timn uguin. TimoH-Union.
All carnivorous -
will havo to join tho
is hard! to toll. It is probably because it has in the world booauso of
dinosaur, great auk and the
Percy Stickney Grant mourn! Statistics put the wealth of the dodo. This is the time to gather in- few places enjoy no much religious its past t. with the /great claim that'
ad follows: United States everything included at formation. instruction ns does Sturke you won by coming Into tho war with :

"If 85 per cent of young men enter three hundred thousand million dollars und perhaps, that the good people out any sculls purpose) but fur u holy Still Horseshoe I

rollego believing Christianity and -- who Bellied long ago by precept and ioll.t.: Homhng millions of your host : Pitching Queen I[

nearly all of them have lost their Taxation assessment on New York Mr. Francis O. French, who has example perpetuated. their own cx- young men across to tight fur libor-

faith on leaving college we are City's real estate is increased, this William H. Vanderbilt for a cousin, 'cllent traits. erty and for nothing e-until this \' '
; touching Christianity in the wrong I year more than one thousand million. and other rich, folks having lust his! Those who have never known what great land casts, its Influence into tho : :t. {' 1-

",,,y." II The total assessed. value of New Yorkis money in Wall Street starts driving it means for parents to unexpectedlylose scale of police, I despair, of thc i -- tZ:"" ifl----=--

-aVery eleven billion and a quarter It u "checker" tuxicab. His home is: a beloved chid, or for u husbandto fuluro." I "'t' 'c1r ,j +

t likely hard facts of science are would be impossible to guess the to- one furnished room, "although his purt forever, without warning, If the iliHtnguiiihi, : visitor mere -';

' taught in u way that crowds out belief I tal wealth of the United States, with family has houses in New York Tuxedo from an adored wife, cannot compre- ly wishes the United, Statos, to rest .

in miracles. It must ba remembered several cities! that will soon be bigger Newport und Paris." hend it. The blow is nearly InsulVeruble its influence into tho scale of peace, \ :; ,

however that boys in their I than New York is now-Chicago, and would often be fully BO if the wish win gratified before it wild :1' t .ter

teens do not exactly believe anything. I Los Angeles Seattle, Detroit among The society reporters weep over I the sorrow was to bo borne by tho expressed. In fact, tho influence of : {

They only take for granted what has others. this of course. Jut, rich parents sufferers ulone. (But then come this, country. was fur ponce before. hi) t'

been told them. I ----0- that spoil children please notice that I neighbors/ with tender Southern was born.'l'he history of this country \ '
I i .:f'
: )
-e1 I When old Germany finishes build this young man's first day of real education hearts! and shower sympathy I likotho should bo all inlluonco fur ponce, fur ', r''ow M

1 It takes long mental medicine to I ing the big Zeppelin ordered s by this will be his first day on this> ( gentle dow from heaven. And lo! this has boon u pacific nation. ... A'" t"

plant religious belief in a young niind I I i country the great Zeppelin plant checker cab. He will learn that if The heart that was near breaking I lint Mr. Lloyd, (Goiirgo npokn of. this .' ,, \.if'" yo" I

beyond nil possibility of uprooting. A I I must bo dismantled! and destroyed. you don't steer straight you will be I,, )herald I by the balm of love that is I country's great power and it in not :.c....... "t>4

man, known all over the country saidlit I| Such are the ordC'rof France. A bumped. And us ho counts up his! 1 poured into t the wound. Tho burden. ut all probable !that I hill power will ,.. 1'! ....

the recent, Lloyd George luncheon plant that tho world needs for its prolitii he'll realize that a dollar of sorrow cannot be so heavy whenit 110 iisc'il tu enforce '.cn(.... If I us tho ,tt. -.... I ,' .- I

,m New. York: I I progress is to be made a junk pile means something. Is' shared. by others nor the path speaker: suy", I this country won any r _. !:.:: )! t!._- :_{., .. { 'j.

"Onlv the Catholic church stands because it might make machines for wo dark and teinblp when friend i claim on Kurope; by going into the "1r. I I. F. I'dnu,. .. ..ea C ,\lug t i:4: lo
i. Silo.i ... *. ... i -. w. ,,, ., 'In 'liI \ _
between property and rod radical con- I II. war. It's natural for France to main- walk by our Hide.1Il'n the faculties war without itnv selfish purpose, Iurupo II l 'nil't Hi i n n's M ]I'
HiMiit. T its ti.t.. ,"lid iiix,"'Su tfTiii s : .. ,nt',,'I tin-\ "I'mli, "
Ii u
I.*-. atll>n. The Protestant church lost tain her dictatorship in Europe and 'fI. '-, I HROMO< ynlSIM' (lut .ti) ran, t t I II are numbed as by n shuck and should" nt ICIIMI, I in I'urtlutl''" tho I I. u II rII. fl:'
its when it teaching protect herself against numbers by unyonf wltnout cmilnJ' rvnunnuBri or r uitHiil'! : { th"slO'Htril'lwn with walk I I'Ii claim by liec'plnjr), the )| oaro. The t qc n', i l'' i" I Ii"'' Mile In :I
power stopped lu11wIo'dr K.W.GKUVLS' rigluewetwb'x. 3*:>. sorrow | ,' : X<, .t. 1.'f 1..III. ,. Uli,
that there is nn actual blazing hell while she can. But could not Franco tihnul dazed: like bees that have lust;': United! States" cannot compel 1'uropa: -. I l' 'ti I .. 1 I i III .1 I .
MI-II niH'J to be frightened.: I i herself run that factory or sell the I'Ii their queen, how blessed in the hand. to keep peace mid if Europe': will not t'It" .. .n't' ,, '\, a ..

The ;gentleman is a good Protestant 1 plant to be transported to thh coun- Bowing Before A that nsnijmoH the euros that cannot'' Loop peace this country is nut ro-

and "noes< through all the usual motions 1.: try ? All nations share the burden. Horseflesh God 1 Lc put oil" and docs It BO cheerfully.Markc I Hpormiblo for the ronult3. .1

hut he is discouraged.: /: If it's ,, of such wilful waste.I m.ly grow into u big cityor Only a few ilays ago Amerioaniiwere ,. ,'1.

trio that fenr of hell fire alono will i I it may not; it lion in the hand of.|. appealed to to contribute nf. ,; ,/).

keep. men honest that's sad. But is I I I Henry Ford's public message to Mr. destiny. If it becomes largo, will its their moans In alloviuto Hiill'oring in .... ;

it o'The/ American federation of Weeks secretary of war will inter people' ) still retain tho traits we have Giooon trod will prohuhly respond too

lah ,ir, which is non-sectnnan, comes est politicians and farmers. Ford inVites pvuscd: ; ? We do not think MO. Now : greater or less extent. But tho Buffering

nut t \roe,, ly and officially against : a libel suit by hi; blunt state- the. town i.s one big family. Nobody ', in (Grocco; Is duo! to an aggressive/

("i,''>mmunihm, confiscation of property ment that Weeks is selling Muscle. is i rich or poor, humble or exulted war that count ryIIlule/ on Turkey.It ,

s and other extreme radicalism. IIhrhwltges Shoals piecemeal to prevent Ford's liore. Wo are truly a democratic people was a war of conquest hilt it ro- "

enable men to acquire property. i producing: cheap fertilizer there for nut a large/ family woul.l' bo divided stilted dis.-iBtrously. But! C Greece; Id' -

And when a man owns something 'farmers, thus interfering with the r 4 and the Individuals' would, become not alone in waging wnr without

he at once objects! to any plan i fertilizer trust which practices extortion estranged. Could more wealth ing compelled to. A large numlier hO-\\ ,":"

f for tin'idins evenly. Capital will per ; notoriously. and enhancement of property values : wars have I boon> wuj'od) In :

, haps lenrn that its safety lies in its --oFord's make up for what wo would. lose ? I !nee the end of the great war and \ATc Qrind Our Own Lenses '

ri making tho littlo man a little property talk is blllnt.o vcry real 4 The Bible asks "What goad would it the people) or that part nf the world

owner. A house paid for and asa I newspaper in the United, States will do a man if ho owned! the whole world HUfTorlng from unprecedented. I loase'i NODELAYgainesddk.

\ tags bank account will inspire 1 print it. Weeks accused of destroy- anti yet inj'irod his foul ?" I l"n.1 l bunion with hitherto inroncolvable .

' moro conservatism than any fear of ing what r.jight be made "the greatest When fire, \flood, storms or earthquakes debts, nrc still hungry fur, / Floritlu.(

hell. munition plant on earth our devastate, l
-0- greatest assurance of victory in case .rRrr .+, Hitch calamities are visitations i

!"% "Harvard will teach freshmen to of war" to keep Ford from giving ley liecau-.o of the sins of the Inhabitants Millions 'I'IY
r Love to
think." Perhaps it can be done. But cheap fertilizer to farmers. If this bo true why then Beauty Prefers

i it recalls the old< saying about leading -0- & iluitild not other places be spared on f

s a horse to water."I President Coolidge knows that this rY 4m,1a account of their virtues Perhaps

write not that you may: read, statement by Ford will bo discussed yl Stirkr'a:, : noted Immunity from sack '

'),' but that you may think." Montes in every farm house in tho United rntastro\ ; h"1" l Is )been use of the goodne 0 -

quire put that in his "Spirit of Laws" States and believed by 099! out of every s, of ,I's people.
V loner n (ro. Socrates showed whore truo 1,000 farmers. We bo! ""e that all the angels; rue"

J thinking begins when he said he supposed -DAfter not ronrred fi heaven nlonn for the

t he was called the wisest of this attack on Weeks, (Ford .desire find power to alleviate) ': snr'> r .,

'j will be bound to enter tho 1921& elec- 'row is"iroly an ani( 'iie tnliuti

." ... .. ---'- ---....".....- .--. tion as a candidate against the Ile- !May th" t rvol.s above blois the nn- w,, ,
\' I;;; .,.r.--; ...._,_ publican partand let farmers! de- h., around. u..1H. !
1 .,....-.... !gels we vo ( i ..r'rfr
" cide between him and tho Republican F.. LACKKGUENTIIK : :: = -
A universal tom administration. Ford couldn't possi- 1 -

' ; After that benefits cvery- bly do less. r" .. ; I I.OItlU.N'rAIUU1) : -
r""VTOC..T"11 "'.)
for Mr. !
It's an interesting situation I

AtrlW body. Coolidge also for Mr.[ -.McAdoo.0 .\ the honor iirrotcUil" Uinlicstowed "" \\'lIi IIooitul -
and ,
Florida. Sanitarium
Aids di2esion'cbaases upoi.'; I'aI'rulI> Launch 1 -- -
The sane decision that ninety per Derby winner when the S.: S. Aqua- Orlando I I.'. Medical[ surgical, ma- -
IeaI the teeth tanlu docked nt X ew Voili this! weep
cent of the people who own Muscle From a unite He Luxe on the tipper ternity -.acity: 100 patients. Erruii'
soothes the thioai. ShoaU would advocate would, let Ford deck while !Ii und roll of human merit rm>. !in, rest diet physloIoKi ,iIherupvi I

take the plant and show what he can huddled( on lower decks. the steed i <. Unexcelled in the<< south
do about his promise to supply cheap wan loud) down a special cflrjietcilpnngpIiiDk east. 5-25-tf:
YRaoodtsin to a waiting motor" ,"'.
fertilizer and send cheap power 2000 Now he rent and await lili match
miles in all directions. i rare nscalriHt the HUt: American

,. Any Republican who thinks that champion October 20, ror two gulJtrophies -.-;;;.. J M4 'jU..VAj.. .
end a pure of '100.1)111)) .
Ford would poll a mal vote u an

to remember independent knows little about politics ?!lFlSr1Tr r/ / ,
,) I w j
Sealed in or tho present mood of American A SPLE::\DID I-CEi.'SG .LLTONIG / r
farmers and workingmen That tired talf-nijc: '
its duirouracml fueling Cnnit.Hnu girl Ih'a. named! ?
Purity ; Toronto" (;Miss Marjorie Smith, the
caused ty 1to'.rplJ. liver or', For .- 50 (. "Ullt fe'
.' .wary IUI
c' CIK
I owl U can Ixi gotten ri j rt with Malaria 1 to rvprtatent the Ontario capital at thulInll' ;.; fI +
home w..
No Worms In a ncaltiy.VI : CJlla surprising' promptness, iiy uainic: Ilerbmo. Y"IUllil!t 'loll figured a rotnanco which has caught: the hiiugfuu'it'll t ;' fit her i. .1,, r

:i hiliirrn. troubled with Worm h rs, in. fl.b..J'I. You f. I 1 tin beni'firial/ cflcct with tin. first the J, Chills during licr visit tohole. tho furooti' renort tonmko heartif n i-ilillonii.., ..rei ;
..n, .or. wlnuh Indicate poor t 4svl i !. ..:>.1.US <.loso an its purifying and regulating: cfTi.ct; remed .r nilforma I ol\'nc'r, who wets onxloUH to l nenund., her the. city her' ( ""' )
\T4# .,it.. i''. .'. H moro '..t I leer Htumdiu dutu:1irux\ lAL thorough an'I romplub It not only .fJ'IF and lI"n911.: ... ToroDtu" J. only eighteen years or age 1 lint> all f'u'' wraith" suJ, +
n ,.HMV! : 't/IVSTELESS CHILL TONIC Kivn r uJ"ir } (rives out bile and, impurities but it imparts <> eoutit In the tIIIII tOt''lln"t' her' lotltbf'l1 -
/ i r TWIort'irtfo) weeks wi)' enrich the bi.id.. a eplondiU fix-Jins] \ of cxbilrration/ luxury..t the mllllomlru did not gad she/ I" nil"Un.. 0.,11\0, p
rutptt.. I'C .r.hge5Uon.wd; .a".nc.rL:: _:' 1 strength, vim, and of r aiable.Fever -seetheurt, J. ClIffonl SpIILD, II motor tzeVhaaie. ea't
buoyancy dninu.Jrce .
It is
a'I11Vlli I f1 3' ; .' -"'- .' n ineldsatallytthrnwitoher( ,tI'ntlcCltyrst'd'/ : .. --"IIIn- 1 Iate'
C -.
... ,,. .. ..ene. .- TheromantICbride ,_ t
"' 7 "' ...T.. J' .- .....fa.. .......too. raNaG&---Y L. J I All Drug; Store I orating "1 l s.Ligue, I t Collar d1aJIIond, here UQ Ur. uu4 MTU. a"taA.
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iiF1i, SAMPSON CITY CARD OF THANKS dark and heavy; therefore, the hour

!I: Bradford County TdetjraphI'ublishcd has coma when men and women must I
unite in efforts to evil. It is
Hnmpnon City Oct. 20.-Mossrs.. T. Tho tokens of kindness showered conquer
I I; V. William, T. C. Thomn, J.t4. upon us during our bereavement were my conviction that if the world is to

!f l weekly and entered as Williams Uogan( Nabb and Lewis almost overwhelming, und we lacK be uplifted, the two sexes must work
together and each must bring to the
) I'arrihh motored to Jacksonville Mon
for words to give thanks to our
: cccond class: matter, at the post: world organism the best of their In-
.t day. friends would wish to. Dut we
as we
A expression
homely yet one
t office at Starke, Florida. Frank Warren of Mounteuchu, wu- can assure one and all who in anyway dividuality. Man must remain mtnUTII : that dignifies the spirit of Inde-
./. woman woman. The typical mid
: == a visitor hero Monday.Mr. assisted us, whether in deed or pendence, and a rugged determination .
B. S. MATTHEWS' : Editor nnd Owner: Sandtra left Saturday for Chat- In desire to do so, or who che'rl'1" characteristic side must remain. Thu; to accomplish! the furthest! .
), I tunoora, Tcnn., where he will have I with kind words, that we sincerely and only thus can we work for a bet ends! for the greatest good.! To

employment. ,,appreciate their sympathy. We especially ter timo to come. be personally reliant ; to be upstanding '4 -
rurtLisiinn VERY TUIDAYSUKSCUIP'lION Ncwa was received hero last week thank those who offered the What has been said of the woman and steadfast! ; to grap- .. -
of the mairmgo of Miss Vera Merrill l\Ia,'l1llicont flowers. Last, but nut in politics can also be said of her a'a ple the problems that "tangle" ,

... -- ..-.-.. ---.--- -' of Ft. Pierce, to Mr. Tom Harris'' least, wo thank Messrs. I). C. Jones worker for the alcohol reform. and "snarl," and force their 4
t RATE of New Smyrna. Mrs. Harris 111111' and] II. M. Snyder for their painstaking Lady Astor\ and Mrs. Winlrmuhum solution.
visited here and won many friends! ,, services. j, of England] are both strong workers A "SAVINGS: ACCOUNT": h the '

t 'erYear----- __$. () who will cxtpnd congratulations.Mrs. ] I: J. L. Jennings tho Lagergren Fam I: for the temperance cause. Lady Astor greatest aid to "hoeing your own'l ph

:: ---:::____ W. II. Smith and little laugh- I I ily. i considers herself elected not only: row." It makes the row so much )i/4
-- -- tee, Uocia, left Friday for Tampa I by the party to which she belon-'s easier to hoe It builds character -

c whore she will visit her sister! Mrs. I but by all the women of F.no.thlul l ; ; Inspires thrift ; strengthens h,"
; ; ;'.yr' It. L. Drown. therefore she sees it to be her iKitv hope nnd promotes happiness (
i4 Hiram Jones attended church at On His Birth- to work for und support tho physio:; SAVINGS cr.ce given / ,. -
Graham Sunday. and moral rights .of the woman and an impartial trial A/ .

.Hji All .j i Ethel Varnes spent the week- October 27 the child. This is why she dice temperance never requires furtherrecommendations. ,, E

end in Gainesville! guest of Mrs. C. for her maiden speech in Par C ).
A. Worley. "'. ""' $! .. liament. It is due to her influence Make thia
t---::> ;
f Mr. and Mrs. Fred, L. Deavor mo- ; ,; .t'o-
i1 'iicd( to Starko Monday.Mrs. 7 "' 't :' ; 1 intoxicants to children and young/ "thrift shop." -

Jelf Davis has returned homo I folka] ; under awe; passed at the second I A small
/ VA reading with overwhelming amount will __ ---
after a few days visit at Cedar Keys. an m -
c1 No. 49U W. L. Horn, of Louise spent last (-. ,. wv: oo' .1 jority. The United States and Finland start thoaccount. 1ti t'
; (Membership in National Highway Thursday here on business. ( : I If already have prohibition and .

Association! ) W. H. :Smith:) spent Sunday over at f J., : .- women! have played an active part thr'l i -

---. Hawthorn, guest of his parents, Mr. : ( S' .' : :.., "I; tho campaign to obtain what the
St'CCiKSTlONSWhat : ; ; and Mrs. R. H. Smith. men in nil other nations will now !

Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Jones spent the "' \--.j. have to light for. In Sweden the five THE BANK OP !SP'ti r, F
week-end at Starke with relatives. 1 "1 I women in Parliament ore ready to
'In L( you know? Toll u. This f. < .. all Punk! of Helpful] Service
Ceo.: P. Shingler] naval stores demonstrator 'M.I. use proper means to get prohibition The
: )paper is. pledged' to nm thing that i n was here Monday, and "I".f.: "!:Ii ; 1 anal tho case is the same in other STAUKE. TLA.
for the good( of Itradfiml" county. A '1, ;f ,*. I:: I .
'. I factors Tuesday, demonstrating! stilling to our r. '1-;" ...> \ & >,).;.1 landi.As --
newspaper! i ill one! of the! greatest( naval] storeS men und from out of ; 'm to my homeland, Poland, one -
:. for progress in any community. town. :,<: : { J J"tVi I must take into consideration the most

b Any new development, any new buildings LenthalVyinan' of the Southern : '\.i: \'J' <... I unhappy position in which our land

any new bmineas any progress I Forest Experiment Station, of Starke .. > '' 1t." ". ...,. 'I has been for more than one hundred

of whatever sort it mAY be i is and was In town Monday and Tuesday. .'"Yfl" ,' .. and thirty years.! In all this time, -- '1-- .-
KhouM be carried through the columns I The many friends of Mrs. W. S. ; there have not been any restrictions '
of the ]local newspaper! tolling Nahb will be delighted to know she 'J' I concerning alcoholic beverages nor verses read during the week! and lu ti In are or allized. Xobndi: "

the public) ] of the growth of the progr is improving in health at this writing ]laws limiting their sale, or protecting: drop these upon the plates when the I' daubing among/ the foothills' I hut.

; ; <"?s tit the county. The state of Flor- : >. g. .J.l \ .:: x I the home and the ehdd. The government offerings are taken on Sunday Last! among the Rockies, and wh.. lit
icl-i n..a n whole la making a Tihenomsi :I -- thought it was doing its best week the number of verges rend totaled cause Rockies with their hcavtn i vt
cnal] /growth and that growth i 114 only I b _"J.1, &= I in maintaining things as they were. ; ] U,71Jl1.) borne readers,: : had not eying peak>, contain a enal'i'. i 11 '.

,I :& as the different/ ) communities develop. I A TO IN IO I i although there was a great opposition reported, so these will be added to Little programs create no uiun. t

A Bradford county H now gaining its I drove's iastele chii< Tonic icf-orea !I from part of the Catholics. But aa I this week's number. Several are engaged It takes a big program In the! industrial

I4 utridi- on the road] of progress and were iiiTy! und Vitality by I'lirlfymtl fiu' >! |I soon as we got back our independence in reading' the New Testament ], political or religious realm, n

_ I interested in putting the whole Enridunfi the Blood. When you f..< i u- L I in 1918, the temperance question was through once a month, while one excite attention.
L force of the Telegraph] behind it. You strengthening, invigorating/ effect NI-I-" how I i again raised and when the women of member completed the reading of it i It tukjs! a program that challc met:
as n citizen of tho county can be oft In one week. There is no literature the best there is in man. A program
?! it brings(! color to the cheeks nail how !i Poland got the vote, temperance legislation I
immense to u.... We are glad to to the Bible while its teachings that his sleeping ,,
t l help it Improves tbu nppctiie; you ,1 Id<1 then ] begun./ In 1U12: a propositionwas equal : arouses cn.Tii'I
.4 I1 ;f accept suggestions. Items of interest Its true tonic valueUre'ves brought before the parliament are the foundation of all that I Is: worthwhile ]lashes the sea of his best thought
and progress in your section of appreciate I by Mrs. Moezyedlowsky who was in the world.GRADING and stirs his deepest emotion :Met\ ,
the things that we want toCc.t Tasteless chill Tonic is oimplyIruM like to be associated
county are I instinctively
the of three
supported by women -
4 I In Sn.. political
:ind Quinine suspended syrup.
/ a hold of. Wo are not interested parties asking for prohibition | with big and growing/ things Thc
It. The bloor
children like
7 4 in the "fault-finder"] hut will appreciate \ pleasant C"en I I of the manufacture and sale of intox- I large has a lure for real], live red-
that needs QlllMNU to Purify It and IRON i > I
I, all of the constructive help] l iconts. The women of Poland will blooded, men. Therefore, the theme
you can give us either direct to our Enrich II. Pestroys) Malarial! Mrrm! umGiip f'ght against the drink evil. Not all Wednesday morning S. H. Johns & of the minister's sermon next Sunday:

44 desk or through/ our correspondents. !-:tral"y l.lf'-ti\ Us I Streaglheninll| )In'IIP'! are for prohibition, a good many are I Co., received a Russell grader to lie al 11 a. in. will be "The Lure of th.
:Stind "
I for strong restrictions. At the last used on their road contract where Large.

I' p SCHOOL) BOAWUmTINfi] : NEAR I FIRE annual meeting; of the national council conditions nre favorable. This machine :,', Come and bring your friend. Tht
t of women in Poland ocr which I is really a plow and scraper sermons should be an inspiration!
; have the honor to preside, we adopted combined but the earth scooped up'' every one who attends. Bible] schoo
Hoard met in regular .session, Oct. What might have proven to be a a resolution] which was sent to the iM caught by an endless belt and unloaded -, at 10 a. in.Preaching.

'i 4 t4 1 with all members present, viz:: L. serious lire, but luckily tile Hart entinguihhed Furni- .-' ]:. government, in which we protested into a wagon that travel,' at 7:30 p. m Subject,
.l 44 W. Kickliter A. A. Hazen und L. J. 'Itlwlf. occurred at Somo -a.---- .. against any change of the already existing alongside.] Fourteen mules will bo I "Apostolic Methodist." Sundiy will
ture Store Monday night. large L' 0
i.l ik Wynn. / wall temperance ]law, which might I required to pull the machine when it bu a sort of Methodist night a-, it
I the west
read and rugs! are hung against reduce its the : but wherever used it ha '!
I Minutes of last meeting( them 94 importance; on contrary works proven ware. Come.
of '
for display, one covering n ,
if1 ,approved. chimney hole. This same flue Is used we asked for a stronger:: measure. a great labor saver.ChiL'ltChi \V. E. DATJGHERTY
approved us There is a French proverb, saying; __ Jin'l' .
Widows were .n
; vi pension the Masonic lodge room upstairs t
e according, to their! means of by \Nrp "What the women will, God will." _ _ _ _
follows, and evidently sparks from the stovein : OF) CHRIST NOTES I
We trust that God will bless our ef
!lylrt \ support: tho upper room fell to the base of forts. EIMVORFII LEAGUE OJU A IZF.n
f ':iin Hattie Clove-mettle, ifti.OO; Maggie the flue firing some paper or train Our audiences were good and 1 very

rA.r1 ;. ]Korsyth $H.lIO() ; Lizzie Tompkins which slowly burned into the rug suspended : attentive last Lord' day. However, An Epworth League was or. "'ani7i' i
ii '): $.1.00; Maggie Browning, $H.IIO; Alice over the opening.! The tight "12'?1' Curian ft to 14 Unys we should work for a larger attendance : Inst Sunday evening at the :Math< ..
t 1r Rogers, $:J.OOuhcl; ] O'llurst $3.00: ; weaving of the rug prevented the :>- 1 ITnrv <1MZT!. O'Nl. 'FNTfn, next Sunday. For it is the dist church, with a inember-din> <"I'>t '
_ _ R. I.. ]Denn) $:1.00) ; R. J. Oliver $3.00; spread of the lire into the furniture 'J' f .'"' ,!,''I.I IST. large, that challenges. There is no | Much] enthusiasm is manifest by the I
4 Petition ti> consolidate Randolph store. The only damage resulting bin ol I'hrotloi Jtco 'I he hpliuv challenge in the : "')'Inv neonle, ami it Is expected! a
; $('hool with Stnrke school refused! for wan 'a burned hole about a foot acrossin In New York City tins been reMlori'il Mginiea! invoke pity while giants awe Ui.moo am.. it. .
I, the and. en S'tul rtltv. Oi t. 271 ti.tho :MARK'S CHURCH
this year.W. rug.Perfectly us. Nations build no bouts to cross The oleition of officers redtci) I'
_ allowed $liO.OO It is "old ocean's
I II. Harrt'll was his (Ueal I of II duck ponds. mighty follows1:
ili'-iiicd i to
per month und L. R. Edward; < $65.00 -- ii.l< .1 i -i,I ui i | Tie! eo.uiileti' Koote The service for the Twenty-second main" that challenges the world to|' 1'residenr, Ilirnilton Hitf
__________ for transportation. Itivro. build ocean liners. Vice president Miss Kate Struth
\ Cornprehenalbla. veil e\liiult will IH tiouuvd I Sunday after Trinity will be at 11 a. ,
t i (t The commissioners were requested The following hjnvehirn\ untile] b, m. I Men form no caravans to explorea Secretary and treasurer! Grace
I to reduce the pension of Jessie Ches- l lawyer:! on behalf. of his client whose Special meetings in the interest of potato patch. There is no ihitllcm< Wood.
ser to $H per month because one child cow hud been kllle l by u train : "If I MCKLY, PEEVISH CHILDUKV the Nation-wide Campaign! to consider in the patch. But the illimitable and Epworth }Krn Agent, Frank Patti-, <
hud quit school. the train" had been run us It HhoiMd hnv* Children suffering from intestinal wormsare the church's work will be held In unexplored desert contains a challenge Junior Superintendent Mrs. Arthur

I' Jos. Bolt was appointed trustee of been run or If the t tll bud bctn rung\ I cross restlesa and unhealthy. hrro Jacksonville on Sunday und Monday. therefore, caravans of exploru- Wood.
Brooklyn] school to take the place of us It sliouM have boon run*. or If the lire other symptoms, however. If the
1 child is pale, ban dark' ruifS under tho
whistle hud been "blown us It should
has moved
: T. T. Bryant, who away. interest in BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINIt
hail breath and takes
no ----
I i; in have been' blow loth lit which they did\ I eyes ------------ -
Teachers granted one day
are .
.play it is utmost a certainty* that worms
I each month for institute work, providing neither, the cow would cot have bees '
its vitality. Tile fnirrst
are rating
T away
4 I' is of Oliver Wendell Holmes
injured when she wax klllud. that
they attend a meeting on Saturday remedy for worms White's Cream' Vermi-
r : I of each month. : fUI((). It is positive destruction to the one of his friends writes: "Therewas ]
j Returns of election held] at Brooklyn 1 worms but harmless to tho child.. Fries in the corner of his heart a place (1
] and Theressa were canvassed> and Dally Thought. 83c. Sold by called reverence which needed to be'
I : k single grateful thought turned "
*. lost account All Drug Stores watered" once a week. Public wor-
showed consolidation on
heavenward l the mist: perfect prayer.Leasing. ship renders this gracious service.
of n tie vote at Brooklyn.]
: I f The regular services of the church .
) advertisements and tell "WHAT TilE WOMEN WILL. GOD will be held on Sunday next. Bible I {
their Cola" Catis., rip Cod luilueu/a: WILL" school at 9:45: a. m. Divine worship ,..' E'.a; J f**
l ; 'I the merchants you appreciate LAXATIVE IWOMO QUN'IXi JTibluU "'tiiiowsautte. '' at 11:00: when the pastor will have :\.
_ I efforts in ]leting you know what they Th...... Is only one "S-ipwi Oulnlr a message on "Christ the Glory of I $\ '
(Address of Princess Puzyna, member {
hav('. t:. W GVOVE'tt al'tnomr.' box. :ski.im .. God." af:
Polish parliament at the International
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Senior and intermediate B. Y P. t

_ _ congress! against alcoholism.) U. at 6:30: p. m. The evening\ ,> .\ j 1:,
One of the tragic results of the '
{ ship will be at 7:30: when Dr. Bdllen :
I II World War is the lowered standard
will begin series of three sermonson LL.-
of morality which is to be found in a ".
WITH YOUR PRINTING.lIt' "Three Things to Think About." I 1.,
nearly all countries and which con
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These sermons will deal] with matters = J
the of the inan f .
I tinues destruction war I {
concerning every human life, and [
indirect but no less dangerous '
the public in invited to share in the I
This state of affairs! is not only undermining -
. 4r-r' our moral] and physical benefits of these messages. I H4'T.J I

health but is blighting our characters
and paralyzing our forces so that we BAPTIST SOCIAL Nlfilir I I .!
I I Ii are rushing downwards! to rum, like g' :

1 a motor without a brake. The most As announced some weeks ago( I
i I terrible element in thin death ride is when there is a fifth Wednesday in a THE motoring public has been emphatic in u* approval] oi the :, ,:
I Ii alcohol. Women in all civilized< countries month the evening is to be given to a new Ford r'our Door Sedan. In all pins d( the country II. I '
\ tyLah. appairaiue" and 1 inviting interior ruv. brought the car In-
I "
\ and social October
I II have therefore, declared war, conference program. scantly into great demand.
i Ii i unending war, on the drink traffic. has! five such nights so everybody :
How could it be otherwise It is the is looking for the first of the I' Now, at its reduced pnce it praenta a more compelling value than !
ewr. Although better looking. roomier earner riding. It ia bated
mother instinct that urges her to year's social] gatherings. Being Hal at forty dollars 1II' -. i
I : shield the child from the dangers that lowe'en the social] will be in keeping! I
$635.oo: !S. b. Detroit I
might overwhelm the souls as well as with the occasion. The friends!: will o.
I II the body. We must admire all women !gather at the usual hour for devo- II Thia good-lool iaq.; comfortable.' and .lerwiHible I Ford arlling at this i

__.__Jj I rightfully expect more than.. a mere following of your who light In these great struggles. tion and conference 7:30: and at 8:15: low pru.e; otlun an agreub'd' '! solution to:>> yet.r ck sal car problem.

YOU It is most fortunate for the anti-al] the social will begin. :\trs. Maud Thru mn < jn le rt.,.',_01 >\\rw ktk
_ y I when you get printing from this shop. I II IVf' cohol movement that the women in Brownlee] Mrs. Myra Peek and Oscar Ford tr'ttltly Purchait Plan,

j I nearly all countries are taking a larger Andreu form the committee having
j \ promise you service. Service includes an intelligent I part in the social affairs/ of the the entertainment in hand and they ,\ .'iiiEsS,: .1& WANitltttiAi : .

_______ I world. Most nations have given U:* promise a real good time. All who
z study of manuscript; the proper faces of type to be used; perfec the vote which grants us political influence. desire may come masked reward "..- 'I I ...iii.iiji'j. N-n.ieCC

of how it it This will contribute to the ing given to the best dressed. It will |I ,
exact quality to cut print
tion in alignment ; ,
t, 0 ; paper I strength of the movement. It is not be hard to beat the social last Hal

4 v i and fold it. our task in politics to Imitate the lowe'en, but the committee believes It j II
I man in his political fights; we have can bo done. Everybody welcome. I I i

: : No job to small for our larger and better problems before Ui. I I

Printing Standards I II Women realize that in all questions! BIBLE READERS j II
I I Quality I of social] welfare, we must join bands!! I I .'

) ,t Irrespective of party lines. The members of the Baptist churchare (
Bradford County Telegraph The Scripture says "It Is not good enjoying Bible reading these days

iF that man should be alone] ," and yet Dr. Bullen requested that everybody I I CARS -

;! I "Printing Matter of the Better Kind" man has done the work alone until today engage in daily reading, each readerto xs.As-

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II from the Tampa Tribune: Mr. the work and before the visitors returned Green, Starke, 'Fla. ,10-10-21 I i
and Mrs.\ .T/III\/ (," Chester Raulerson, to Jacksonville, a midnight .
S Bits ol Local () of Lake Butler! announce the engagement lunch of ham sandwiches and coffee FOR--SALE---00 aero farm with good I

and approaching marriage of was served., dwelling house and barns, two head Don't F FuroI
their daughter, Jessie Belle, to Mr. ;I, The foll.'lnlIndies: assisted in the g g1Vnrl I i
of nil
mules and farming
Information George Albert DeVane, Jr., of Lakeland -' serving, Mesdames E. II. Smith, J. necessary
I the marriage to be solemnized W. Andreu, Jr., G. M. Si trunk, N. implements. Will sell at reason-
ut an early date. Miss Raulerson is D. 'Vu l1\\ I'kht, O. L. Donsley, E. L. able price Address Box 8, Brook
Hof, Concerning Our People Business ana x v a niece of Mrs. G. C. Sweat and has Biggs, W. E I Middlctun! F. L. Turner, er, Fla. 10-10-2t.

n J rqruB in the Ccunty and Tcicn. (/ often visited in Starke. G. M. Inman, W. E. Yurbrounh, N.
i I Stcrnber mid! F. F. Stump. W."NTED-l\Inn\ to work on fiirm,

I IIIPRE'lENTIOU UEUISTERBRYANTi; The \, iting body and, tho candidates shares or wages. Good place for a 1 NV.ntihesCommunity
I i good Write A. F. Patterson'
WIMP warm in their praises of man. ,
:1t'' -i: I the word rful assistance and service Box 3D5(;: Starke, or see mo at !\tan.nlnJC's
Good cheap work\ shoes I ? I !Mr.\ Chester A. Register and! Miss I given by I the ladies in helping: to make grocery, Saturday afternoon Silverware S a iMen's
lernberg's. Gertrude Bryant, both of near Manning i *
i the the It.FOR
I meeting big At
a success.
brttrr thin CUM. Tu'"s P la! ten! In
t.mu.aruuatnMyv.rnIyI< >r but prevent I station, were married by Judge/ close an excellent presentation talk ---- -- Watches
11arCUa! i: F. Brown, of Tampa, spent i Sift: I2ZADACHEcoitljpu. ;; :: I I n. A. Green at his home Saturday wasgivin by Mr. Walter R. Russell i i RENT-0-room house in town

> A:.nJ.'V here with friends j I bfiouwaa. ; ....n and KinJitd diicur afternoon. | in presentimr< a !gift of $Z:>.OI> to tho ] with toilet\ and bath; nHo good Fine Stationery t '
I farm a miles northwest of Starku.
Mr. Register is a highly respectedand Woman's Club fuml.! '
''ol. A. Z. Adkins spent Tuesday In Tutt9s; Pigs i industrious young man, wlulo his i, In the organization, of the class the: II...: M. Johns, Clarke. It Chime Clocks ,r
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Hronson; looking after legal business. bride is a charming young lady and name derided on was tho William C. ) FOR RENT on SAt.E-Th C""halt

____ .1 very popufar in her community. Powell]!, i'1 memory of Mr. Powell, who. snlo. Splendid f
property. Preferably :- A T.-
Don't miss the delightful program E. 11. Johns spent Sunday 1 In Ocnla;: .; They will reside at Manning. was an active and faithful member of bargain for ready buyer, (1. W. -
',< the club house on Hallowe'en. on business.Dr. Bradford Lodge F. &: A. M., before ] Alderman, courthouse, Starko.
TO MUSIC LOVERS his death. J.V.. Andrews, jr., was ,, 1 tI. 11.2t
:Mrs. E. K. Pcrryman spent Friday W. elected president! of tho cl.>ia and G. MINER'S.
,day in Jacksonville.Mr. H. Middle-ton will return on All ladies who are interested in'I' M. Inman class orator. 'I LOST-Ono white pointer dog I named -
Saturday from
a two weeks' visit to I ILyman Hock. Anyone knowing of hn STARKE
different chorus work are urged to meet Prof.I!, /
parts of Georgia. -I will notify =N 1.n. 1. I
please gyp
!\ and Mrs. Frank Hoover motored Prior in the club house on '
to Gainesville Monday. Tuesday, Oct. 30th, at 4:30: !< p. m. I I Wainwright, :Stark'! Kin. I
George Johns, of Lake Butler, A charming program will be nr-1! : I ttl-21-t.( : I

hat and dress sale Saturday spent Sunday with his grandparents, ranged! for a concert to bo given In a''' \ ___.. __._., -- .
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Mr. and l Sirs. William! II. Green. F'ENTAYOCOLUMN
at the Shoppe Elite. few weeks, and new music will be = -,
ready for distribution at this time I
Do you like good things to eat ?
and Paul E. Jr.
P. E. Canova Ron, ,
You will find them at club house Oct. AlTTOMOIiILK) : OWN HKS; I
in West Florida this week.
im 31st. There is negligence; on the part of '

many about rear lights on cars, ast I l-'Oll ,11 1.1T'n: lots.. and, one hmi e, '
!Mr.\ and Mrs. O. L. Boasley have Coming soon-:Mrs.[ :Mary Harris many cars may be seen running at Will al-n.. exchange good IIiuNmijuitom ,, '
liwn visiting her parents in Tampa.Geo. Armor, "The Georgia Cyclone.( night without such lights. .tbilo, for real estate The auto ]r.'S': : : ][

Watch for the date. The town ordinance requires such IB in ,good running condition Ap- M
E. Andreu and family of Dins-
lights. The! police force are instructedto ply toY.. E. tt.iugheity. I It
visited relatives in Starke last 4
more, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova and arrest all violators of this ordinance -
week family spent Saturday in Jackson- after November 1. 1923.{ This IruRS'j\n' -Good young horse, Wagon Yc
ville. I gives\ those without such lights a harness. Will sell cheap.G. .
Fred W. Lagergren, Washington 'week to conform to the ordinance I C. Cady, Starke, Fla. 9-7-tf
D. C., arrived Monday for a visit with C. L. PEEK, Mayor. .
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Mr. and Mrs Thrower and
Clyde If the real of battery is
relatives. Dryden Thrower, of Jacksonville, FOR SALE-Missionary and! Klondike power your gone .
Mrs. G. C. Sweat will spend Sun strawberry plants, any quantity for
here with friends
'!Went Thursday or weakening exchange it a new ;
Has Brinson, of the University of day in Lake Butler with her sister, growing on new land, *n/m
tho week-end with his Mrs. J. C. Raulerson.
Florida, spent fresh plants. Can now furnish -
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, who has boon
sister, Mrs. J. E. Corpening. visiting her sister, Mrs. \, I.. Wall, I ond 1 runners. If interested write
returned to her home in Gainesville Rig sale each Saturday at the J. M. 'J>nby, Starke, Flu 6-22-10-2(1( VESTA BATTERY
Bis: line of shoes at the right Thursday. Shoppe Elite. Watch the win- I ,
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FOR SALE-We have near Starko, a
Mrs Fred B. Noble and little
CONFERRED : fine slightly used and, partly Guaranteed for ONE YEARWe
R. s. Powell spent Sunday in Hald- daughter, Mary, of Jacksonville was JACKSONVILLE: TE\M I piano
DKC.KEE ON'/ CLASS paid for, which we will Bell to
win with his daughter, Mrs. Robert the week-end guest. of Mrs. II. M. :32nd :
Tanner. party willing to complete remaining -

Snydor. Number of Local Masons. Finish Taking : monthly payments. Send name offer New Guaranteed Battery "
can a
and address for full information.
Margaret\ Adkins, of Gainesville, Masonic: IVgrvm
Watch the Shoppe Elite win Cable Piano Co., R2-8J N. Broad St. 4"
the low of S.OO-Unsur.I
spent the week-end with her cousins, dows for the special Saturday. 'I Atlanta Gti. 10-20-31. at price $1
Hazel and Lois Adkins. Sale. Through ,tlpecial arrangement,
due more or less to the efforts of a I RENTER WANTED-CO--acre- to-rln-, passed in quality and service.Fireproof .

YOU be th: best masked number of citizens of the county belonging -
e: on Sumpter Carpenter has returned( to one-fourth mile from Starke, with
Wednesday night at club house. Get his home in Cleveland, Ohio, after a to the Masonic order were three hundred loads lot fertilizer.
I the prize.> visit with his brother, Powell Carpenter. given the opportunity of taking the
Masonic work up to and including the I Desire renter with force and stock/: GarageSTARKE

Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee is in New 32nd degree, in Starke on Wndnosd! I to run two plows. D. E. Knight:' ;
October 2Hh. Ordinarily it would henecessary Starke, Fla. 9-21-lf
:Smyrna: visiting her son, T. E. Mur- Mrs. L. C. Howlan'd' and daughter, '
for the candidates. to to FLA.
!go ,
rhee. of Orlando, and Mrs .T, II. Rollins '
Jacksonville and spend five days and AUCTION: SALE-At Inman's office
'I and children of Palatka who have
I Oct. 27, Saturday, ono Sampson
nights to get the work, but under the
Rig surprises! at the Shoppe been visiting Mrs. C. W. Liddon, returned I =
made the work
Elite each Saturday.; Watch the to their homes Saturday.:: arrangements was I --
windows. then all in one day here. It was H

I big saving in expense and convenience -- ( >IIi", .
chines and ,
Taffetas. crepe de to I the candidates and the effort":
Mrs. P. E Bailey and children, of canton crepes at Sternberpr's.
of Mr. Turner were very highly uppreciated. -
Camilla, Ga., returned to their home .

Thursday( after a visit with her mother J. G. Bo>'d has been confined to his Among the visiting Masons who 1-il_ _

:Mrs. C. W. Liddon. bed for the past week with a rather put on the work were Jas. It. lloyd,

serious lUttick of stomach trouble. 33rd; K. V. Rogero, 33rd, (',. G. l>,x-k- LJ.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Friday in However at present hit condition rell, 32nd, H. B. Kur/hnls, :f2nd!
Gainesville with her sister, Mrs. J. seems to he somewhat improved find KCCII; Fred W. !Roach 32nd, R. M.Sasunutt /

T. Adkins. his, friends are looking for his, speedy 32nd KCCH; Geo. II. mil, \. 4

recovery. :32nd! ; Will Louis, 32nd; A. II. St. e
Balloons! Balloons! Balloons! and John, 32nd KCCII; Walter S. Uus- -- 1

more, balloons at Hallowe'en party on New faU! goods arrive daily at rill, 32nd KCCII ; and otl -rs. C

Wednesday night. i41err.wcrg's.;t Candidates taking the work were .1. s) rx'
W. Andrews, Jr., E. L. Biggs, G. M!
Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jackson. Mrs Florence Powell left yesterday Inman, G. It?. Sistrunk, E. II. Smith,
ville, spent Sunday with her parents, for Fitzgerald, Ga., where she L. W. Strickland, F. F Stump, W. M. Sl ill l 7 "
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. will visit Mrs. Jessie Grnntam. Mrs, Wainwright, and W. E. Torode, of W A r'

Powell will also !go to Douglass, Ga., Lawtey.The .., vy

Mrs. J. 'V. Andrews, Jr., spent last I and while there will be the guest of Woman's Club house was used f ,,.,}r' 4'r t4' T / ''C "IM1, .
Wednesday !in Lawtey at the home of Mrs. W. T. Ward for the initiation, the building being -

her father, K.: J. Roberts. beautifully decorated in !golden rod, t -L
I I Save money on latest stylesof cosmos and ferns.: At one o'clock a

1 letter shoes for less:' moneyat hats amid resses. Shoppe lunch of boiled ham, baked beans, salad -
Sternberg's. I I II Elite. He there Saturday. l, pickles, bread and butter, pie and
II I coffee was served. At 6:30: in the evening ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. I Those who have seen the fine field a dinner was served, the menu .
J. E. Corpening spent Tuesday in of Irish potatoes on the place of L. being as follows: Ham, fried chicken -
I Jacksonville. A. Davis, Jr., will be convinced that chicken pilau, creamed! potatoes,
fall planting of potatoes here can be baked potatoes, creamed! peas, pick-
made a success. G. B. Newsom has les, hot rolls and butter, cake, peach-
Mill Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, charge of the farming there and potatoes
pent the week-end with Miss Harriet from the field are already on I

Ritch. sale.

Tuesday, the 16th of October, a Children! What' fun! Go /fishing f
largo crowd of sympathizing friends Wednesday at the Club House on Hal T 'ohy't -
and relatives accompanied the familyto lowe'en. Everyone gets something
The Grass Greenest
is Always :
New Hope church where a simpleyet -
has been spending a
impressive funeral service was W. H. Green

conducted by Rev. Moody, of LaCrosse few days in Lake Butler with rela )ti.
+ a11ti.xwj
after which interment was made in tives. r
the cemetery nearby. The floral offerings r i ( Jk. in the Next Field
were profuse and beautiful. Mrs. I. J. Phillips, designer and > wit
1 alter and
fancy dress maker, will remodel -
old hats and dresses. Locatedin A HARTFORD FARM POLICY

Hull's Store. 10-20- covers
usually IN fur easier to interest, people in an oil well

Our correspondents will please bearin HAY AND STRAW Share in C anad.i or a gold mine !in Alaska than in safe and "

mind that anything that reaches Experts have now rrcogni/rd the sound operation hero in Starke. Yet virtually every

LDIESCome( us later than Wednesday morning, need of a special Farm Policy in on the well-to-do family in this community made its: money '
too late for publication,
also may that come anything not signed with It covers all farm buildings!, SERVICE 1111-( activities, right here in Stake whore they could Y

the writer's name cannot be published I hOURl'holdrood/ ,., provisions, furl extend examine all detail and watch developments.

at all.Judge and personal effects, grain, hay., we

seed, straw and fodder, all kind. to our Don't be looking far afUId, for opportunities. They 1

in and see our new R. A. Green addressed the of stock feed, farm tool, implements cleats are right hero in this, town every day. The person with M

Stylish Line of Alachua county teachers associationat and machinery, harness available funds Is tho person who can take opportunity '1'" '
: Dell Saturday, he was in Levy and! similar equipment, vehicle,
In the interest of his by the forelock and realize: u happy contentment We
county Tuesday homed, mules, cattle, sheep and ,+
WASHABLE SATINS candidacy for congress awl will speakat Iler in position to nerve you, whether it's in investments I
I hogs against the hazard. of fire,
the Madison county fair today. the method to and' !be in t extend '
CREPE I Ij tornadoes or Have position <> your ,
CANTON lightning:, cyclone r >
I and windstorm activities.Bradford t +,
You may also buy protection
Enlightened patriotism will involve against hailstorms In connectionwith

CREPE de CHINE loyal support of the existing government the above liberal coverage. County Bank
of one's country and hearty

Just ArrivedOverstreet's obedience to It.* laws. It is unthink- Stop taking chances, !
able that any one should be dignifiedby

accord the to term the:'patriot"government who that does has not aright J. R. Davis & Co. .

to speak for his nation, an unhesitating [I] ru

STARKC. FLA. and unqualified allegiance. Agency STARKE Established FLA.1886 I er w 7

Where* When? 'nat1 See youUallowe''n -1 rlH
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SHOWN IN BIG RATE INCREASES ter is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.

i C. M. Andreu, this week. "Bayer" and Insist!

ford F W. W. and Alvin Rahorn, of Jack-
arme.sj -- sonville, were week-end guests of W.

(Note -Thin is the second article |1 July 1, 1922, the United States M. llarrell. /1

of a series of four, presenting accurate railroad labor board, decision 1036 Miss Marie Unborn was the guestof
GARDEN bugs and prevents. their crawling railroad again reduced the shop craft employees -
FAMILY VKCJKTAHLE: ; : figures on passenger i ; Miss Lucile llarrell Saturday eve

WILL CIVE RICH m 'l'ult"lS:" out of tho net before it can Vie dipped and freight rate increases, 1H71l2I,1under a further 12 per cent. A total reduction .

into the kerosene. the Esi.h-Cummins a<.t. These I), of 34 per cent in their wages ning.N. G. Hayes, Luther and Ccphua

('..iiM.mt. Returnsill Follow (;.n. The net can be made of muslin or stories by William B. Shearer of New within one year.Questions. Harrell were in Brooker Saturday on

any other strong cloth stretched on York, keen student. of finance and of Unanswered I business.N. .

Manl Efforts a frame work of wood and heavywire. transportation, have already aroused I I I G. Hayes Sr., wan in Worthington ;-
Ask yourself and ;your Saturday
77 A' week for this and a week for active opposition to proposed Wash- following questions: Mr. and Mrs M. L. llarrell, of New

that seems to have been declared by ington legislation which was aiming I I First-Have the passenger rates River, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. e

various organizations for just about HOW'S THIS ? at a Federal guarantee of 6 per cent been reduced 31 per cent? Q. llarrell Sunday. They were accompanied -

everything except the family vegetable HALL'S CATARRH:\ DJClwill interest on highly inflated railroad I Second-Have the freight rates here by Mrs J. Q. lIar-

garden. And. now a great vegetable do what we claim Stir It-rhi your system investments.-Editor) been reduced 31 per cent? rell, who had been visiting at New I'nlc-sa von see the name "Bayer" ea
of Catarrh or lieafnvus caused by River.
believer hag called upon the garden Catarrh The people of the city of Chicago, I Third-Have the high salaries of r>a<'ku'i'; or on tablets you are Dot gob-

experts of the state's college of HALL'S CATARRII MEDICINE! con- the greatest; railroad center in the' the railroad official been reduced 31 Miss Lucille llarrell was the guestof ting the wiiuino Bayer product pr.
nlala of an uinimi'nt which cjuliklyKeltevcH Miss Geneva Ilarrcll Sunday af scriliod by physicians over kwenty.l.wa
agriculture/ to start the "family vegetable the eatnrrhul Inflammation and world, arc most dependent upon rca per cent? ternoon. years (and provivl, safe by milbuu tar

t garden week campaign" I tho not Internal I UI..th:8 Medicine. flood, a on Tonic the ,AfucouaHuifaci'B which normble rates for transportation. Sta- Fourth-lias tho price of rent been Mrs. W. W. Raborn, of Jacksonvlilo fold", TTea-Iacli.!

Presented with that appeal, W. I.. coal! condition, to restore nor tistics are, therefore of the most vital reduced 31 per cent? who has been visiting Mrs. W. :M. 'nnthnrhn Lumbago/

Floyd, professor of horticulture, has Hold by driiimlMH;:' for nvc-r 40 Years. importance to them, showing the Fifth-Have taxes been reduced 34 lIarrell, returned to her home Sunday \\on r:1rhc: UlieunmtiHuNeuralgia 1 .
!"'. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo O. Pain, Pain
agreed to give some suggestions for effect of the Each-Cummins act upon per cent?

tho family garden, but, chose to leave them, and the 00.3 per cent of our Sixth-Has street cur faro been reduced Livingston Russ of lirookcr was Accept "Rayrr TubloU of Asptria"only.
said! EXTRACTS FROM; REPORTS OFI in our community Saturday morn- Each unbroken mickagn n>ntainpro' .
the campaign to others. lie : population in favor of the sevcn- HI I per cent? ..
inir.; ))' r dilutions. llandy< Ivoxiw (
"For a family of six or eight the '01'N' 'TV ACENT3Vatcn : tenths of one per cent of tho popula- Seventh-Hug flour been reduced 31 Mrs. S. C .Andrcu and daughter, twelve tnlililn rust few cent\ I'runpifilw '

garden; should contain at lenst half nn tion which own the railroads. per cent? Juanita, were in Brooker Saturday )I ". she sill Ixittlcs of 21 und I II',"'n.

acre. A good hap for tillage would These rates in detail, shown below, EiJthth-Have your electric light, afternoon.Mr. I Aspirin is the trade mark of TiMumifartiiru ><.
\ Wo had of the of Monoaccticacailaritvr"
1" -- a inviting
lie one 210 feet long by 111 feet wide. for the separate railroads, have not gas or coal or water bills been reduced and Mrs. Stewart und son, Paul .

i, ; Such will produce, if properly eard strawberry growers this week; wo yet been made public for tho year I I 111: per cent? of Brooker, passed through; here en- !Kalirjluuo'idto _

I1 for, more :han is opened for the ta- will have at least CO acres Plans for 1922 by the interstate commerce com Ninth: -Did you ever read a decis- routeto Worthington Saturday I

I ble. But n constant supply in needed the working co-operatively of all the mission, but the average increase per ion that the salary of the railroad labor Mrs. L. A. Cooke, Miss! Marie Ra- I Worthington Sunday.

t and it surplus that can be fed to cows, west Florida counties in fruit growing ton per> mile charged and obtained by board had been reduced 31 per horn were in Brooker Thursday of-I j George and Mack Thomas passed\
were discussed! by the county ternoon.
'I hogs and chicken can always bo us"dti agents of these counties who met the railroads in 1922 over H>17, waiCl cent? They only receive $10,000 per Mils Lorene Ilazcn and brother, 'I through our community cnrouto! to t.

'a l ,; advantage. It is best to have the here this week. per cent. year. Stop and figure it out at $30 Vascoe, passed through; here enroute Worthington Saturday. x

jtl, greatest length extending from north The average increase during the a day or $G per hour, and the railway I /I

'.,i. .' to south. Such a direction provides same period for passenger transportation -I 1, employe helps pay this board .. N IIrll

1'\P\ )I for the maximum sun light, equally Lake' --New settlers are arriving every per passenger per mile was ')' that cuts the wages of one class to :_ _

, J distributed to all points, so necessary day to buy property and locate 47.7 per cent.Something. I 28 cents per hour. ) FIr r

;, ,. I for plant /growth. here; many inquiries about various tn Think About I>o you know that 11 railroad presidents 'M"

"t.ib..rullpplicl1tions of manure phases of agriculture. There is unusual In relation to the repeated statements draw more .salary than the ,

It l 1 should be made. Twenty two-horse interest in banana growing.Wakulla'air ,: that high wages have forcedup I| president of the United States, a to- .aF."

wagon; loads a year to the half acrewill 'passenger and freight rates, the I'tat, of $rfl>.->,r>71.0a, an average of $78-
. 11.
not be too much. In addition,
: following from the Railroad Telegrapher 701,97! or $52;; per hour, for a 11-
q from 700 to J ,00() pound of 11 complete enthusiasm runs HOC KILLING
p hour ?
makes interesting reading: day
commercial fertilizer should l be high. Farmers are not discouragedover
!t.e \ Hero are some plain farts that the Do you know th.itIS other railroad
applied! for best results. this year's cotton yield and are
\ should know .Mici.iU und draw su'd>', mu
public : < : Itorneys -;3I..f
pleased with the being received.
prices -
"To secure! strong, healthy plantsfor
t 'Increases in the passenger rates, )lr/ 80l.0: per annum, un average In"P
transplanting there should be the Quite a delegation of farmers attended I
t several tobacco meetings in freight rates, Pullman rates and the of J3OH: per year? And do you;
seedbeds broken deeply, thoroughly
t Pullman surcharge rates were granted know that the grand total of these 71
hear nearby counties outlook good) for a sir
pulverized and well fertilized!, ;
I to the railroads by the Interstate ; railroad officials/ and attorneys is $3- -- TIME
ing1 in mind, however, that the soil large acreage sun tobacco here another
I Commerce Commission, and the increases 022,901.CO! ?
into whith the plants are set .should l year.
wero put on the public of Do you know that the shop craft
in order I
bo richer than the seedbed
which railroad workers are a part, employees have accepted decisions A

; that the plants may make vigorous f'utnom-County fair interest runs July 1 1921 the United States railroad : that were unjust? Did the railroads:' Our Cold Storage Plant is now

..: growth after transplanting. The beds high and in: growing. Citrus fruit labor board, decision 117, reduced ,, do this ? Eighty-two railroads accepted -
4 should be convenient to water. Partial Send or bring us meat
I shipments are on the increase; prices the railroad employees' wages only decisions! that suite them open. your ..:
I shade should be provided for hot
i! woathor. fair. 12 per cent. Did the public get any und l you do not read of these railroads to cure. Charges I I l-2c per lb.,

1 "Such plants ns snap beans, English part of this reduction ? No. I. as outlaws in the daily papers.Railroad f for first 30 days and J Ic lb. I
per ,
I Okaloosa-Community fair was August 1(5( 1921 the United States men drew on nn average
carrots:' beets, spinach, onion '
sots pens. kohl rah!, Brussels sproutsam held at Dorcas this week; was a realsuccess railroad labor board, decision 222, reduced $liOO( last )'ear. The governmentsets for each additional month. Thirty u':

I ; much more interest in agriculture the shop craft employees in a n minimum of $2,300. Can you
parsnips may bo planted In October for N..
is sufficient time
than ever before*. further amount of 10 per cent. Did I blame the railroad man who hasl days curing
or November. Seedbeds! may bo ?a
I the public receive any part of this reduction large family if ho fights for what and medium 60
light meat days
started of lettuce and cabbage. Tur- i ,
? No.
really belongs to ?
; nipn;, radishes und mustard! mny also Santa Uosa-Interest in approaching I for heavy meat.

he planted during those month' As community und! inter-state fairs I

the plants:' in the seedbed.) grow largo; is at a high pitch. Visited u number II I I

: I enough they may bn t transplanted to of club boys this week to assist themin I :

t' open ground and "successive plnntings selecting their exhibit of corn and I I Here's Something for Girls to Try ': J. S. BLITCH: Superintendent .' I

made of nil crops mentioned aboveexcept most of them have made good yields. ,

. cauliflower.T'nglish; pens, snap beans and I Seminole-Assisted Vulusia! countygrowers I I 1t\I : oUu.! .< t(<"r'J'i*
(1. I I. "One naturally wants results! from I in securing about 50,000 cabbage ,!f' .\t ..; ;"i";"";;; ea: ,.J"er. l' "-......... ..t... I Jk!'ih$!'Jali# 1
: .J ;. .
h this week.DuvalPeepito I : !i. -.... '. f ''i- I.
: such a pardon every day In the year, plants I.. '_I d, .l'! ." Raiford Fla.
-'h-i't. .
4 but to got results one must give the I I ,', ;.. '.. -' .:.'I.j \. 1'. .f'!!' / ,
i garden constant attention to keep it I lust' uprln 's freeze I. '"I. -":","-, ';'- .1 ,< ... .' ,-' .".:. l." .'.... I
j ,. rM"
n-coming. However, it I is very doubt T. W. T'lke: n local farmer will rt>lIl- "' ". _,-: :..; .J : i 'J ; -- r
1 '" ,, : I rl
ful If any other farm or home work : i/.o $700 again this year from the sale j.J".>..,,._ '' (... :'t. ''', :. ."'fo.... I II' _W
,' !i will pay better returns than will the 'of (figs from loss than half nn acre of ..' "'' .1 : '
: '- :....... .: ._'. rowtor
'Si -
,a' vegetable, garden if given I a fair land.! I j \.. ',.. } ..,1r '
chance." ,, '1. l t V" _' .. :.; It
: Sit'Fa.
Hamilton-Winter cover crop acreage J "'" :. -
To Cure a CuM in One flay is being t increased here, the outs : 1TTi ; od' r lql T

v Tske LAXATIVE IIROMO! OIIIN1NK: (Tnt'lct ) and rye combination leading. ,,' / : : I IJ I I II I 1 r IIII II I li I I 'u..
\ .
( i : \ rv
snaps tin i < ourtli and! ll.min, In nod:worhft, ur I 1' I I
l t "hi I t.; V*. l.KOV 1 I.'"" e'aan.e'' e.1 .Ui .11 t",iIJIVK L; -... j .II

Levy-Eggplants, peppers and cucumbers <"T-'l'.J",;! !i .. .. f. .1 > "ti > \.'.." '' ''ihtLh.
aro beginning to move to' t'l', ;" "
t ,
\ '
I market from this ''''
county. .
/ -'
I I / ; : :; > "
:, I.ibe\'tY-The is much interest : ? : > : -: 1Qu
The frost is on the pumpkin in some I . ; .. f i ,
of '
among/ our farmers in the growing \ \I. : : ''''. aeN .
Southern states when in citrns Florida I tobacco. -.. '" .. .. .'. '. :".1 V ry I I wh, .
: ,
ho tho liMaatifoauiMMd
the pumpkin bill may on I iiiaU'.ilUliK nr.ter.
1 4 rltrtiB. Tho prevention in the lIeellnll l t 1VOOlLLAWNWoodlnwn :" i i "f
t catch thofnllinj rhc Kienxcd polevilli u !"'I.r. 111tH toil us tau prl/i-' e. is (Iliimwest, .
ease! ii to shake tho tree, ..
I I of 1.rl. for women The new I Men comes from" J'n ;hll1.l. Tlie poll la pro- In
; bugs in n canvas beneath and Oct. 20.-J. S. Normanwas Jt-oti'd from .,/a ait I 110,
n pierhead or dock and Is well freusod. Tlu women competitors, i {+lw I ...
l to pour into a kerosene and water I a businua visitor to Jacksonville
t (t mixture. I Thursday the prize leg of mutton. Of course It one nf. the contcxtantti clips' IIn.lIrrll'I\ ( I'y 1 I I fI I
. y i The pumpkin huff\ (or Southern 1\I. ,,
''l'' Green slink bug;) Is an nnpoyinir! post II. Oslevn attended church at Water- gust mannelng! to hung;: on, with the prize not far otTo ** +i ii I 'a" I
oak Saturday.Miss il'I. li II I II Ii
of the rind or pool:
citrus, puncturing;
I Debbie 1 Philips returned home i 1 I ,. I !
fruit which forms in entrance
of the
'' from Jat'ksUwi1Wednesday! \ after
for germs of decay or rot Its Ares' spending u week there tho guest of

once in fall can be prevented) I by cut- '' Mrs. C. S. Dubs, nn

ling the sooner cover crop nbout I IJev. U. L. Philips preached to a I J 'I IY I Increased Driving Comfort cot

the middle\ of September. Tho bugs; large congregation at Saxton Sun- I I

brood anti live on legumes; p.irticuli-r- d.iy afternoon. Provided in Buick "Fours" :'Y
ly cowpeas and Kirnrwc"d, nnd it i Mr. and Mrs.V.. L. Valencia and I
sister, IlIsOilo7.ello Drowning: of
I I r
for this that experienced ka
Is reason
: Jacksonville, spent :Sunday: hero the In adjusting the position of the driving seat, in
out su'n'on'r in I
farmers cut crop
September prevent the further j I guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. lowering the steering column and in bringing the f
D. IS. Drowning.
brooding; of the pumpkin bug.' | Misses Elva and Nancy Starling shift lever and emergency brake within the easiest

i Where the cover crop was not cut i attended church at Saxton Sunday. v k / possible reach of the driver's hand, Buick has provided Ii.

enough of these bugs' may manage to I Perry Hodge, of Jacksonville, was d additional comfort and satisfaction in the new
breed: and find their way to thc citrus the guest of his sister, Mrs. K. B. t
of is also e
models. Ease handling an
trees and fruit later on in the fall to ,, Osteen Wednesday.Mrs. i four-cylinder
cause serious! damn ire. Tho best practical O. J. Phillips and daughter, II outstanding feature of the new Buick "four". In

I way to get these Into fellows, Elizabeth, of Miami, arc guests' of I heavy traffic the abundant power of the famous ry
J her Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phil
according to J. U. Watson, entomologist parents valve-in-head engine and the quickness with which
of the Florida experiment station W. H. Norman, of Jacksonville, the car responds to every control enable it to glide in G

is to shake them out into n canvas spent the week-end here with his and out of traffic with the utmost facility, while Buick
sheet or net and pour into a kerosene '
family.Mr. four-wheel brakes assure perfect braking and safety i
and water mixture. This method is I and Mrs. M. D. Carter and

much cheaper than spraying, and no daughter Miss Louiebelle attended tender all conditions. IIR

I' spraying solution is known that will\ church at Lon;: Branch Sunday.S. Ir-t-Nr '
control the bugs and at the samo time J. Norman and daughters, of 1
the fruit. Wnteroak, were visitors here Sunday.. Ia"V
,t : not injure
Professor Watson advises, that tho Chas. Elvarez, of Wateroak was a

_ t collecting be done in the early morning visitor here Monday evening. R LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
.J Misses Edna and Ruby Browningand
i Q CI rw :
I'. or at night when the hugs are Mesdames Katie Drury and Floy s M. Smith, M jr.

cold and 8luei.h. I* warm, the bugs Bennett attended church at Saxton Rear Admiral \\lli :lc.1 the age of sixty-four/ years Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties n

'l liablo to fly away. A littlo cotton Sunday afternoon.I on Oct 15, and there .cil on the retired list 01 the .
are '
. sit .. ry wiuto inturateil! with oil ut tin nll.'r "ir-Jocl: the association now lie Ir> hi n"rj .. ,i Fmn1- T trans, sea of' VV.ien.Uer: au! \'J. '11 :, > ,id< t.. .- .1
: .
Jghtrt t t' r
kill tuev of churches at MaxylileSunday.J i"on" -
bottom of the net help to d_ .
J. <(.0 '
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OP APPiirATioN FOR TAX nEED I relief I. -'- --- ---- -- .--.- ---------. -
oncE: prayed ---- -
I'Mtrit: HH1ION 5T50P TLIGEI1AL known a".lmt such known .nd un. fRb4f: 'l ImQu( : :;a I
BTAIUltg penon.. I J. W. of spent the week Mr. and Mts. R. J. Turner, Mr. anil l' .
'Iborefoiv. ZI
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nuimoil.. nil thut all persona COFFINS & CASKETS New President of 1 end here. M. T. Thomas and : .
\ t- (li4 )Inn by irlvc-n thnt t2 AMi-rman lI..oI'r. 'o IIr "* .nno claiming| any Into'".' MtR chldr.n. ant, ,
"r lux cn-rtlflrato: iIiIitf: f fII th nitigli them "f ci lbvr of them. or Mr. C. A. Johns and AndiM-son of
son I Mt ,
War ,
i"V of July. A. 1>. 919. has IIU>d aald i I :: i: anil all'' unknown: pereonB: cl.ilmlnK And a I'M Lint tifUnJrfakerj Mothers I hero ntnton.
\ C. Jr. and
In the Slid Mrs Claud Brown spent tho .
.. ,in, mv office and 1 nH flU.h. ..p. leen-S property lu'ivlnnrter de. .I unln1' dny)
ili-id to Issue In lbn."J' any' Part' thuruif, under. Sapplitt -- and of C. ( in and
fir tnx accordant '''IP ; h | any of son, Sampson, motored *ion, lnwrplt,
'I.I"1 11 I .(lento rmliriKt-rt tin fol I n-iKlunu or either of th.-m: or "" .
,A i .' I .nrnpMlv' t aUunlud In Brudv ml'erw'; ... and all persons known or unknown. \.0. "iIf.tf''f'(;, \ hero l1OtOPtdtILltj." Itutlur !Saturday..
> lorliln. to-wltl tiiminr: nn Inlvnot In the hi-reiniift.r du ."UTO IOIlIU- HEARSE ;. _.=:::; I W. M. made btisino --- I
i oi :Viiiliwmt. (. *iarter and, North aruil.iI,,'.. >"">"'' 'X "r any rnrt t'i. nof. Ivln. Alwara on hand. The beat p'.r. 1W ',' -- a trip

", i. .f, the '
I U: :J3 11.1.: 120 acn-a. I 1 !" "" follows t ) .t .I.t prlrea. gpew! ,.1;': Tho
All) block' I' ., .J \ViKtriim, G. C. Porter grpiiti-f di! COMTV in (li-sh) lifnlin.i
i I I I. mil nx i',cd nt the dntu one ?""">. "ir>io ono "'c t.wiVt"1 11 esavl tlcotluii to tel > "II"
", ,", ,. or uch ceruilcatei In the nninvM half block one south, range two * Co. -. ReKUttrt-d Kmbalmr.: ' that oomca in ami o\vdcr .
If" I Nt.N..rth: :: to Sunday. li'I,1] |< form.
,1,1, ci-iillcntj" annt tio> rttlcomfd ?. halt of block two south raniro two i j It I; is a tn'.,itim-ut 1 that 55:
,flu, '.,w. inx cli rd will) IHHIII I tlK-rt-onl i t it. I i ** $'#; T. B. \ ( spent tho weekend tlmbinllllUI nol
"i % r U. tolir. A. D. 1t't.I \' : I: twoWWltn' Q""r'0r Of block two kouln' noose i i1I $ DevriTJONES: .rf .* ," \ in ,r with h.imofolks. only pi.rifioa thunl11 of (zormi, (fhnl
". o"' '. nl I --niiturG I> nnd si nl thin V'V* raunn If"NI'n t hlt I it ln-il, i I Ih,. Hi h
,.y of Si ,nli mlii r. A. 11 I I"'_ I I. Fnet\ uf hlock one north range ono west, STARKE FLA ,; ?;:.' '. G.V.. nnd son, Cheater, exlTncrilinnrj': Bjiced., HulMMII:dt"it1 C

G.V.. ALDERMAN east hulr of block m" norlh nnaa two *i.t.'i': ':t, spent in Jllksll\le. oufi whifh tnko wefk to hctl Wllh' tho
Cli t'l Ciri'iiil("."III'V.< nurt.Ilrnilford Fla.. I I Fi"ulh bait or block! two nortn .nKO 011. IJ' W"'I" ,) ;')Itr.C': .r.I''It": : *w* ,,*, }j Miss : IurkoL' nld Norma ordinary linunptiM mt'ntl nu, ,.,1,1.:I n..,,1-r

Dy C. A KNIiillT.il (: .,, wuult.S.nItb.TIot. Deklo, of ", the weekend tlio |xn\rrful .' ."(, of tins woiulrrfulmucxlv.

; .. Titiiuiv rl..'..<. 1 1or I two westtn Quarter' of block two. north range I flown Unlrsa. <*. hero friends.Lyon wit .I', i iiit (!irimlfU| ) (n>,, 60" antI $1.2Q.

: \ a strip of Innd about 11ft feet wide. I according; aald to: ,law,certificates tnx: deed shall" will' fca Isnile redpemrt: tlxre-, and' Kelly, of 1'owder 30c mid tiih-; Pold by ..

: .\T'rlTIO'll FOR TAV DEED nnrlh onol "0"lh.nnil! ( -Ttpm'lnir!! arross i>n on Iii... llllli dny of November. .\. D 1" .I. (1)'el
i- Drooker All
S Iirt. 'UITnlT{)rS 'IHBi i!j I tKMOIIIII' .nui of the north hnlf of block Iwo Witness my pfflrln' ) sli nnuinnnd seal IhU : \ \ ,' Sunday Uruir

,i '. : north. rnni-e, ono wOIII. and, .,,.'mllnu. w..t tlm IJth day of October A. D. 1983.I _
v h. nlv. Rlvm that W. T. Woods. I :i Ire' nf!i. bIrth tin\ 'i'h: : :; \ of tho norihi-nst qunr-l 1 11I"II'nlt i I I (I. W. AUDI I :1IM\N. ..;. ;' u .
Clerk .
mi' i-c. ,itlflont" Nn 24" dntcii rnnne two w f..rly..ht. ) acres mo,',. Inm be. < ) ..'- REPORT or SCHOOL FINANCES
n "f .Inly' A. D. 1121.( haa luau lone in or By C. A. KNIf.Iir. S 'nl
In olTico n.j) IIIIH Trmpld .uhII..I.lon, of lands nt Ti-m. I( -i.i-r.i.ii.in.]'
miulu Deputy 'lurk.
i i my RII |)- .
lilis mill ant n-riiriM I In tmnli, C. .' I I 1-- _. l ,
i fi .1..1 I tn I li, "ti.- In IIrInnre' t>n.r 4 < l.UADFOKl COUNTY -
.' .1 I "rl flrRlo emlirnct ntilillrrniKla of nrmlfnrd, cntinly.. Florliln.' 1'1 I '
i 'tho folj I j ) NOTICE 0V APPI ITATION FOR TAX DEri E.
I ,p'..-.u.t' "Ituatid 1 In Brad or t.2 1.Ixfnntho I lb.. .*""' third I ilny nf ,O..r..ml..r. A. r UNUFIt "".'i"'IS( S71 (IK' 1 liE i .' / () Tim I'EHIOD EMINi JUNE :?OUi IQ23.Tti :
Title | of .
i v FI'.rlI., t'tltl t I ? HV this "> rt. I .t.NKUAL:: bT,\ 1C1LSNutlco : _: t' .. ,
or bill?I will I Itn'.n ....nr"II..1 ,I ;
,rV ili- or Northwc-st Ounrtvr of as | ni-iiln.t
\. H you nn., thnt this ord.-r bo Is liiriby, irnrn that A. A. Dunlen. report of tho receIpts, And dlabtirarrmnto of the fiin.ls, of
r .t'i I. uirti'C2 r ex HnHt.N 1 8 A nr.for.... cllurcli. 8cc.I I'I Huulfnul" rininly Ttlxarnph pulilUh.il a woi-lilv In m-.the... rurclinj.fr'.
5 I- r I l' iml,. lu-inK. ns-i .m.d nt the dnto .'a... r i-f i-i.minl circulation. r>uhl. .h l nt Ih.' 4th tIny of July. A. U. 1HJ1! has 'filed City I.; t'tc', new ;'n <-,nli. >iit of II'"' oulstaiiitlnz' a alittimmt'' nf tIne "...la "".1 llnbllltlra, and the, value of .sehunl tirapertir of "I
cull .
i .,IM' nf such cc-rtlflcato In thu name Suirlp, llrnlf.-rd co unty, Flnililn for olitht .. ci-rtiliciit In my office and tin. nil loiil'i'llrntlon National \\ ir Mcilhors of Anicrtoi, tlm salil (rnunlv I as t e l'i.rtr.i cm. IL., 'KMIi'7 lIlly nf J.,,i.. I tt2.:! by tlu1 county' hoard of '
iuniutKc, w'okll.! fur ,tnx ilcrd to Irauv In I'ublle and the ,.
',., ncconlnnri o.I.'nt of rubllc lantnirtinn hereby unde Itlie
( hvino. I '
f i Wllnria with ,la, Ilrailqti.il t. h.,,, licm 111\,1| 111'rlll 1 pubU.ba .
the ccrtlllralv
> PHI...1 I rtrtflcate shnll hercracttlio hVashin'lI" ) provision 'OB1.1 .r Lnvra ot Florida Acts of Win. n, ''T
t ''a\\'. I., died will Isstii thereon tinnid cln-iilt court and! nl! ? ,. nf the fool county, Florida' to-nltt' LRNll AMOS .
,'iv nf Octolu-r. A. D. I'12'l..Igncuttiro l eli rk ns w-fll na tlm i.lTiolnl' of ,
iifrictnl and anal till tlsi; court this the 2nd day of October A, \\t-st Hnlf of Mouilmtat. IjMnrtiT acctlon SI (: School i'undPnnoslfory .
\\ -M Tn
1023. 7 S. It. 22 Ensl. 80
.?t. ''' h ''I' of Siiitcmbi, A. T) inH. 0.> W. At.nKRMNN: D'I The said hind being anst-sspd acrr-s. nt the dale To Stop n Cough Quick .. Tanuary I. ID.'I ___ .............uu. __- 878.01 '

G. W. AI.DFRMVN.S Clerk Circuit Court. tlra'lfnn ('""n'v. Flit.iq00iu of the Issuance of such certificate In tlio Warrant nh Clrouil rourl.Prndford t"kog
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(S n ,
Py C. A. KNIOlir.! i nan) of N. P. Coot' hen IIAYI.S1: lir.AJ.INU MONEY.* aough

C. Cnuntv Flft. Deputy Clerk. Unties said cprtillcuto, shall be redi-empil, ;! nnilii'iiiiwhich Fto the Nut di-fleit .Tau..r I. 1021 ___ u__________._ .__--?. 8T.431.IT .
By A. KVHIHT. .\. it. rnF.\\'s.: according tn law. tiiilm. ,1 \\ill I IHAIIO tlierionon | cough: by .,
..' h.t, I I2R Deputy Clerk. Solicitor for Complainant. tho Itith duy. of Novi-mbcr A. 1>. lu.Jltnias 1 kfulini) tUo iiilljimftl anti Irnt.iu-d tuthit'(9. KfcCEIPTS: TUB SIX MONTHS I S I

-- lo-H-Ot-11-30. I \\' my off riot sli-iiiiliiro and scnl thIs A box of IIKOVE'S OPKN-TRATK: I From 'p.j .' i

COMMISSIONERS SALE I UIB Ulh ilny of Octubi-r. A. I). 11121tSinll : IAI vi' for CI""t cv.i.!u, 11..1 rii.i. colliM-tor ta.rs ----nO -.__.-....._._..._._ ...... 13,740.13 ,,
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net's In irlven that under ('rij'i'I> ; ; rl- ; ; ; ;
t nnd :
fcy .
H \ f (Ol ;k.t'" ;; with liottlo HHAYES' I.OJ .
f 'lint certain H..erc.w of fnrtit'nn. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCIBAI1CE Court. every ,, railroad tax __ __. __...____.___ 8.
m'<" By C. A. KNIGHT HEALING MONEY. The nKf ,> I Hi mill I .. ...__ Ud.DI.
'I nr I .mtere.l In tli* circuit court In and In re o"lale of Anna L. Tin.de. di-crnxed r. mil lax ____ .
I n f n''' rd countv. Flnrliln In chnnri-rv. Not t ff IB herthv given to all whom It 10-11I.IH-I\.16 Deputy Ci.rk.FINANCIAL should l bo ruM'ftl, on tho oht"-t and thru : : 111..t itt arliool fund ....__._<<_. l.OOA.Ktl ,
r "i eonrern 'that nay j.d..*. hillillnu, I ... ............ _._____ 8 '
ilfl'h" dnv' -r Ber-totT-her. A. r>. I'd In on tim 7th tIny of peeemhpF. A. of children front Cold, I.. -- .1'1
on AiifToring <
rfl..r c f Fm.nfi Normnn Com Normnn. R. S. p 102X: I shnll apply" to the Hnnorable R. A. Sl'A-irMPnrr' COUNTY a or Croup.j ;' No. II. triinsft _______. ____.__i___<<..<<.. 841.rl
Nor. in. I Iitlto Thom.. nnd her hunlinnd, J. : nen. .Iud..." of the county Judm' court "aa FUNDS j Tlm, henllnit eff'>et of Hnvra' li,'alintl PItneY, Insldethothrnntci (I cuiliity InUrwt, .....__ ____...._____<_ 1'111'* I
r ] n''H. nnd Frnc".t Norman and l Mnrrv.l ju lire of probate, for my final dlnehnriro "aaevuutor Monthly' financial atatement tif Bradford niblned with the h""lloII.II." t i f eouiitli cuiinly Illiu piiiuls .._ ______.. '
N rmnn. mlnorn liy their next friend l, FmmiN' of lhe <.taio' of Anna L Thede, ,ile.Cimed I County for thin month of September, IU23. I the"fove B O-Peii-lrate I halve Iliroitilh tlio pores ui A Hitcli, Insuruncii ___on __.__...--____ 10.00 2.11.1 .
r *in, 11. ti-mnlr.lnan.ft' and l ntrntnHt, f:. R. : and that nt the same time I will I taenpral Bund i akin flnnn sto.m a kxiuitli.

N '--miin. Hfrcndnnt the iindi-rHfirnrd rrmn.iB- Tiivwent my final account OH executor of raid 1 Itnlnnco S.'i''t. 1. lv:*% .__ h_ '_ .i io,11. r.. will olTrr nnd Bell at the front door pMnte nnd! auk for their approval H.ci-intH, during month ______-___un slit cost of lliu Will!.in<\! trouliuuut, Is JSc.! f ) FOR TUB all MONTHS
of 0]) <, cotirthouae In Starke Bradford county. Dated Oct. B. A. I D I 192tRIJDOLPIf nrrfinU iniiued __ ___un _n 7"; !.-d! Just risk your druggist for HAYES'

Plo In. durlnir the legal hours of nnle nn R TIm DE.I Kulance Oct 1. I'UI' ____ _. ._.. R3C4 Ull HhALIJMU: 1IONLY.REDUCED l: l.pa.. s Hitv
Mnn-Inv.- the Bth dny of Novemh*.r. A. P. I JO.II-9t.I1.30.( Executor.NOTICE Fine and Forfeiture Funil ] .. t.f t arbtra ___ __ _--.._..__--_-__ _un_ (

liijt] I. ,tc. the hIghest and bent bld>lt-r for cash 1 -- Balance Sept. 1. ll)2t ________________ 201..5 ___ to buililliiKS, ( -.___.-___.. __________ ___ 2.H9.21( t .
in hard p.''d. the followlntc dr>.cnht>d real, ..... : TO nEHTORq!' AND CREDiTORS ItiTi.ipl during. month ___Uun l2! 07 ".. ." .. of l.u,11 ____._.. __.__.__.___ 41.till \
fAt> nitimted? and being' in Bradford county. All Wnrrunta issued .._ __ __ ____ loll.27 i ntala for .... I
I persona Indebted! to the estate of Anna --- -- eh.\. -- ------------ I.H
M-riil/i., / to-Wit I I.. Thede. Into of Bradford Ilalanre Oct. I I. 11J8 --- __ ._ 2lJ.31i ADMISSIONTO Kapansea.af : r ,, I
I 'J. one and l two (11 and 2) or th<. South ,I..a..d. will pay audi debta county forthwith Florldn.and i Ibid K.ne1Ilalanre i .. ot aiiorrlntenrleni _________ ann no

Fish <>.r 'the Sonthrat Quarter of sectIon fl1.. j ji I nil pi.nionB havlnir claims nu-Hlnst raid! retaIn Sept. 1. 1BJS _______._____n_ t*<*.22 1.m and tnlli-aiie of tnrmtioni nf board _.____--..__ I.JSOll'ltf
i 0". n. ]lip 5. South, Range 21 F-nf-t contain- i Khali file the same duly authenticated with, Ili..eipts. during. month -__--________1184.97 ,.,. for board and euprrlntenilent ...... _____._
null "P utrp mom or lens Also tho following the und" "'irned nlmlnl'lrn'.r within 2 yenta Warranla Issued _______._.___? THE STATE FAIR ., _h_ __. __ _u_________ HI.(15

I named One hnnu penonal. ono property mute' one-half"' .wlt' undivided In. I from forever April barred.21. A. D. 1923. or they will be llalance Oct. 1.Outstanding 1KJ3 -____bend__.__--____16720V __ __ _____ ______nu_______., __ ___ 8.0KU.U

U>nt In nuirar mill. one autrar boiler one RUDor.pit n THEnB. I Balance, Sept. 1. 1913 ______.___._____124H ltd! 'Leaving ___ __ ___ __ _-_-____ ___ ._____ 7.40M.2 I '
ninplihome wntron. one McCormick mowlnjr Administrator Iteceipta, during month ..__. 17.10 < __ ________ / '
Estate Anna I.. Thedu. deceased Un ____ __ ..n__. __ _.H K/\1
machine. and rake.Anynne 10-5-Ot-ll-.il). Warrants issued -_ __n______ New Management Provide Popular _y.A e.I. -_ ..

dmlrlnfr tn bid at on paid time I'.on,1pI"II'rrty th ____ __ 1 I Ilalanre OiL 1. l''>23 _'_ ___ un -1203.CMUralnace Net delicti. :: "), ___ ___ -_ __ _________ 72,1:0.19O..I.ndh.or i .-
ran nee same any at trwiilrnre FaindjPalanre Price at Gate and Grandstand for .12J .. to, ; __ ______ ______u.._____ -
of the late K. O. -
Norman naul ORDER FOR PI'BLICATION j I Sept. 1. 1W1 _______.________ 1.BO 1121
.....Ie"! ... twintf, about six miles northwont of In Circuit Court. State of Florida. FlrMh' 1'I IteceiplJ during month ____ __ Exhibition at Jacksonville, November _
n 72 00 nupueitory .. Junw 11121 _. .__ ____ _--- 1.027.57
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Starts Judicial, Circuit Bradford County In Chan ''/..r"nl. 'Issued _____--..__...______. 1524.Jacksonville. /I. \
E. M. JOTTNS cery. I __ .
Oct I. llli.1 .
A. S. CREWS.N. Bradford County Bank, a Corpo I 11I"n. ,...... .Pension un FandHalanee un 73.0W OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT

D. WAINWRTTIr.Commlonlonon.; ration Complainant.Va Sept. 1. 11)29 .. 14442
---- -- ------- I' Tin la accordance w
t Reeelpta during month ___.u_....___ ) ) COUNTY, FLORIDA
A 7. ADKIMS. C. II Murks and! Fnnnln Marks" __ __ UUADJ'OI
CtmtIa.nanU'', Solicitor 9.2R.6t.1I-2 I VarrHnta leaned n .-- BO.00llalance with the policy authored to thin year
) his \VIfe. Defendants.It .
__ __._ _
Oct. 1. 1D2.1 u_ ___ 114.42 JUNK; 30, 1923:
Mil appearing by affidavit appen, ed J to the I Agricultural. FaadKalance I by the new maniK<'mt'nt of the Florida _
MASTER'S SALE filed In the above stated, cause that C. Sept. 1. 1D23 ________________ 1.15 -- -
Notice IB hereby given that under. and l by II. Marks and Fannie Marks hip wife! the Receipta during anonth ____...n_____ State Fnlr to make tbo ittate fair
defendants therein named are non-realdenta. Warrants issued .._ .._ .
virtue of that cerium final, decree of fore of th state of Florida and they are rcsi- m-3n -::::: an Institution o1dy for the benefit of I
closure. made and rendered on Rtpetcmher I K. di.nta o' the city of Morrlston. state of South llalance Oct. 1, ........- 1.ISI
A. D liFt bv W. S. Hiillock. I October 1. I..!, the people of fo'lorhlltbo tuIruUalon
HoniimUe. Dakota and am over the awe of twenty-one. I Iy I ..
Bradford Total'V
.lodge of the Fifth Judicial, Circuit of Flor' Ida., Honorable A. V. I.omr. of the F.lvhth Judirlnl It is therefore ordered that said nonresident I I of Florida. prices at tbo main unto and the grand -
C'ircuit, being diBquatifled. In th.t e..r. defendants be and are hereby requiredto | I hereby certify that tne lorr.uln statement,, =
tain ciuiie whrcln the llradford County l
a corporation, la complninant. anil KntfeKeiMninn ra"." nn or before Monday. the Kth dny of i funds nf Bradford County for the month of Tho prices Mils your will permit the t
and E. J. ReiBBman her huHband S ptember. 1 1D.J. la truo and correct to the I
Nm .mher. A. D. 19211.!:I otherwise the alleiral J I i
aol next friend, G.: W. Melvln soul }..prnaMelMn I l tone of said, bill will be taken an confessed l beet of my knowli-dfp. and liellefI farmers and oilii rs to bring their :

hi. vife are dofendanta. the tinder l lv said defendanta.l I W. ALUBBM4.N. I I Ji ole' family to view the great educaI .
...."..01 will offer for asia and will ai>ll for 1 i It is further ordered that this order h..1 I Iptihl SEAL: ) Clerk Clreult, Court.Bradford I I 0. :.
rUsh to the hat and best. bidui,'r. In frontof Hhr>d once a week for four consecutive Count I tlonal and entertainment' program 1. '

tlm. courthouse door In Starke. Tlmdfordrniinty wt'ekti In the Bradford' County TelpKrnph. anrworniprr Hy C. A. KNir.HT. I I IDruutr that has been provlilrd, at such a tremendous : 1 i ;
Florida. on Monday tho fith day of published In said. county and atato. Clerk C. .
N'ovtmlier A. D. 1P23. durlntr. the \leitu) hours, I This October 2. 1923. expense by tba fair asso .E' j
of hull! ., for the purpose" of BitlBfytni said fl. O W. A I.T'FR'I: \N. ciation. I .T ,r
net] il I. i-rri., the following d..r'.1. e.* 'enll)) Clerk Circuit Court. FINANCIAL: MTATt5NT I-WUNTT SCHOOL i, : : 0 I .
FUNINS | Tho fonrn thin him herntoforn .1
f itc, I linir aid bcini in Ilrudford county, By C. A. KNIGHT. 1 separated : J ,

Florida, t.>-wll. Deputy Clerk. rViuntvnperlntendenre. nra-"".lal statement tb' fair Kl'ors! from tho race I 5
The i North unit of the Northoa t Quarter \. S. CREWS! of .....n." aetwivl 1 fonda for the tnontn ufKi i
and the Southwest Quarter of the Norlheatttlluurli !Solicitor for Complainant I I .pU mber, 1U28. } track nnd, hippodrome! HtUK; will bo J J j J ill J I

'p of Section EIght (Township Seven 1 10-0-51-11-2 <*easrsl II."..... Vend rpmov.'" this voiiv -n that tlmwo who j I
I ri? li.iith, Rnnne Twenty ( EMit, rontainIHK .
1 (20)) Halnnre Sept 1, lll-.l -.-1B 120 acres mora or leas.P.. I during month ___n.n___ GRR.n do not onrii to < nli'r the icrundatand; i7" I Ilulll--.r:, riiTTirfiOOl\ r'Tll iIRt, ;*
E. KNintrr. ORDER FOR PUBI.ICATION Warrants Issued ._- _2247 III may son I thin. I'rn' unit of Miudnvllle .ivjr.n: : 1 I I '
Special, Mauler In Chancery. In Circuit' Court Slate' of Florida. E'irhth.Indicia Hiilance Oct. I. 1.21 __uuUh 600.UK ::1\\ '::\ O.H 11 I ) Oil I : ; :1.Uf.'i
and tli > ft> I\\
A S. CREWS. .', Circuit. Itradford County. In Chan- I, [H.>A4 "Ne. I rB'lnJURt/ ] n mo .i \(s ?:i 11 i : \. ,t i '4r .

H..1,1-11ir. ?' fur Complainant. 10-3-rt-l eeryG ,[ Httlnnee Sept 1. U2t: _._ 16.19 It's your fair I In < 10"1'0 a'\ \i I ? :}I I/ 4 ) I 1:1 I 7 I I I M\! ) ) '1
II1-n-n'.11.2 M. Tnmnn. I ;.! Keceipta during month -_- .1 'I : j $: j &1 &iI 2t : ni I I.II) r2I.I,1 1 1 I I't ,
I Coiiiidinnunt. I I Warrant, IBSUIM tnt 'I I \ ( 7nf.1 !) 10 I oo r ((,;J I !. ) .

MASTER'S SALE vs I I.I I.I Halnnco Del. 1. till ---- 70.73 C'l' <;iljoriOfi ( 5-i noi"llMI 1 1 I r./ r.A 3::1I .1
I inutile 'I 'lerno and Mary Tierno.' I I DMrM Me., S I I \ I ( ( 1 I fr! ,Ill 'Ci R'::1
Notice, la hereby irivon thnt under nnd hy ', ', .,'"nll. I Balance. Sept I. 11)23 _. 4924 j ( : 1 0 ll111 IOVII) Itl'1 i l 4
virtue of that certain final decree. of fore t I It appearing. bY Affidavit' appended. to thI lt,..,elpta during month __.. .. f I f : ) u ?71)) ( 0 r. $!:!'l .it
i Roufh'chapped f '
Cloture mails an1 1 rond A. D 1021. by Honorable A. V. I.onir. jndxa I Ii'f T.erno nnd Mary Tiernn. the defendanta Oct. I. 1021 7.6 hands ? : : ,. HTi Oil'' :>r no) .tI I!. I
the rireult: court sni I ,- Hradfotd, i therein named are niin-realdpnta of the stst. Dhtrlrl Ne. I I 14 : :. .71/:/ | 1 tI) KO 711 71
lnr >
nco I of Florida and that the homo place of I
county Florida. In that cause whereHI or Overdraft Sept. I. 11121 4* n r. 1 1 0 7 1000) I'
1 the Federal Land Bank of Columbia a residence In Sioux. City. State of Iowa, and Iteeeipui during anonth 91.HHVVarrantH MENTHOLATUM II I I I :i O.OI : Ildtl 1 ) ,1(1$ j \ t *
enritnrntinn. la complainant and J. M. Shaw. that the said Mary Tierno Is now living there lulled _. Itt OH I I I 1 : ,
Jr. Frnma Shaw hla, wife. F. C. Stokea. Edna I I but thnt 1'"alo'Tlerno la now confined In theFederal llalance Oct. 1. 1112.9-- : __ 81..1'J I them I ( ,,74r.t: I..')_HI) ,11 I ? (1)) _, .112J
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T.Blokes Farm fr his.an wife ABBoelatlon.the Lak.a con Butler>oratlon National, and I I and It: are la therefore over prison the at aae ordered Atlanta.of twenty-one that State said of years.nonresident Georgia. I II ', S"I'1..District 1921' : _Ne.' 4Ralanre ..- 137.62Rus.ipt. .makes and comfy.smooth I 1 1I 1 ii l; : !9,it::.h':'- i :.! (HI :, i. I t lillirr I jfil 1 us: u i I -f.'VALUE .

R. Parker. J. E. Parker and B. O'Qulnn. I
during aaenth .........___. lION
be SCHOOL > <
defendanta and requiredto
aa adminiBtratora of the estate of M. C. 1...* are hereby Warrants issued __ 7775 OF UEl'OtT 01' IN'l'EI I
to the bill of eomplalnt flied In said
:ir."d':1'.1." ; maater are defendant will offer the for unditralirn-pale and I, rain appear on or before Mondny. the nth day of i I Hiilance Oct. 1.000t--N.---::: : n... 09.H7 I I SINKING FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY *
November A. D 1921:. otherwise the alienations -
Bell for cash to the hlgheat and bet bid. Balance, Sept. 1. 1U2H 800.03
bill ---------------
of said will be confeuwdby
der. tn front of the eotirthouae door In Starke taken as '
i JUNE 30 IS-J'J
said defendanta.It Ificeipta during munth -___..... :
Bradford county, Florida. on Monday. the \ VVarranla Issued ._ .
IB further ordered that this order be I L AT STATE FAIR HELM -
6lh I
day of November, A. D. 1923. durlna the -- --
Balance Oct. .
2111 21) 1
,legal, houra of sale for the purpose of ...t,.- p ltd ahed onco a week for four consecutive I'D.2.--N-------: : h I
f.in" raid final decree, the following deBerlbd weeks In the Bradford. County Telegraph a
Balance Sept. 1. tillS: 9.n I
.. published In said county and state.This I
real .tal.., lylnic. and belnu In Bradford newspaper October 2. RMeipta during month --_ X77.2H : T-

county The NorthraBt Florida to-wit Quarter of the Southeast blat: W. ALDERM'NN.lOcal I Ii Warrants Issued __. 821.78 .
Balance .
Oct. 1. 1921 7500DtetiUt
( Clunk Circuit Court.fly -- .b
Quarter )
and the Northwest Quarter of the B
Ne. T
Southeast i C. A, KNtGiIT.Deputy I i
Bide, of Quarter lesa elffht acres on West Clerk Balance Sept. I. 1023 -____.. 22&.8t :r : :
Brain. Branch also leaa two acreswhere .. I A. S. CREWS. |I i Keceipla during month, -_-.-..._...-. b 0" I 1p
ttraveyard la now situated known
Warranta issued _...__..
edan Solicitor for Complainant." p j.. .
_frravpyard, also South threequartersi I ___ t -a : P
.. Balance Oct. I. 102" .- -_ 2261District 1: .
me Hontnwpat Quarter of Northeast smarter i _
South Three-fonrtha of the Soulh.t NOTICE Balance _______ __ ___ .
... Quarter UNDER HPC1ION ITS OF THE I Sept 1. lull n 74 81It l :" f
In Sretfnn of the Northwest Quarter. All GENERAL STATUTES ...,eipui during month .............. ; .
Sou'h. sixteen. (19)) Township seven ((7). that J. A. I vVarranta. issued u______._____.. ____ o. I. c '
flank Twenty ((201 East of the Ta.Ua- Notice I. hereby given Morgan. : ,
Balance. __ ___ : \
h.a.Hi-e Mvrldian,, In Bradford eounty. Florida purchased of tax certificate No. 293. dated the Oct. 1."19211...... On. h 7481 t. o. :
containing-' the 4th day of July. A. U. U1. has flied said Ne. I
aKKrenata 110 arm.p llalance _________ __ 1.3 : i
E. KNIfJHT. certificate In my off ce and han made appli Sept. I, 11123 ___ i 3. J
RteefntM during month ___ ____ I lu fl
cation for ta* deed to Isaue In accordance. | hU I .
SCREWS. Special Master In Chancery. with law. Said certificate embrace the fol. Warranta .Isaued _u.___._____...__... I "- I 'J
'Balance Oat I. 10J3i ____ ,___ :
Solicitor; for Complainant. lO..lit-l 1-- lowing described. property situated In Brad unI e 6 i
I i tHetitee N. II -
ford county. Florida towltlNortheaxt I :
:IOrrCT'': RTDEE Quarter of Southeast Quarter Balance Sept I. 11128 _n_______--__-_ 184.77 I I .8 .1 1 ,e "I r ..1
ltepelpt.. daring month ...._. :
ex. 6 A 'In SE Corner Section 14. Tp. 8 S. -------- : .
: SECTION SIN OF TUE Knnire 22 Emit being 3S acrea.The Warrants issued ___________-_ __ 1800 z i = o. !
GENERAL STATUTES said land being assessed at the date Balance. Oct.: 1. 1921 ___.___.-hn_ 14077 I d j 1J
Notice lt hereby srlven that M. t.. Johna.a'.ni.rehi"rp of the Issuance of auch certificate in the name I I District N. II :n,7i,\ : !tl:17:1:: :fl.ol )2 O. Ti T: ri''i.lfI''i.' ) :\ !: !
I :
of '" .ert.lle.ta. No. Nil dated the of K. L. Griffia.Unl Balance Sept 1. 1921 __ unn_ 849.7B 2; ( J 0'
dn0, ,,f jutm. Ar. ma. has tIled said ... said certificate ahall be redeemed ac Reeeipta during month h__ --. .___ .4. I 7 II: I II I ;i ;I 2 37.fOI4 I .111)1)) ).tNi'214G" !., 1.I I I fl::17 fIll I .OiO.( 04 Il] I'I I 14 fllr e.., ,,
rtiflfat* In my oftte* and han made appllca- cording to ,law tax. deed will teat,. thereonon Warrant Issued. -- __ 220.00 .
Info for Iou d..1 l to lean In ...ord.n.. with the 12th day of November A. D. 1 28.W'n. .Balance Oct. 1. -l1121 .. 13010 ASSETS AND LIABILITIES '
law said certificate embrace the following ... my official signature and seal this ni.trtet' Ne. II _ 21tAasta
iracrlhnl prnprrty. situated In Bradford coon- the 10th day of Ootober. A. D. 1821.a. I "...I.n.rpt.. I. It2t ..._______-____ 800 KBReeeipta _
ty. F' rhl.. towltt W. ALDERMAN. during month --_u_ __ ___ 88 00 ,
L.,' fn ir Block Clerk Circuit Count.By l Warranta Issued 9100
33 In section 24.
River I -- -- -- -- -- .
p. hi 9 R- E..t.> C. A. KNIOH'r. I Balance Oct. I. .KU.t: ::::. .. 294.88 'j
rn;. tald, 1 haiti .being, assessed at the date of 10-12-5t-ll-. Deputy Clerk.aOTICE District Ne. II Genera School Fund

h.. """*'"'* of such eertlflcate In the name -- .- -- _. I Balance. Sept. 1. 1921: nuu______ 288 0Reeeipta 4. :
"'.J r'unown. during month ---------------6*) Balance' d.poaitory 1.027 87 :
L.,'.... ? OF ADMIMSTRATRIX FOR FINAL __ ___ current I 498.48 ,
said .emed Warrant laaued 171 Its yene -- --- I
certificate be red -
shall DISrilAKGK .hh R. M. STRIPLIN. widely known fair '
.oo"lio" to law. tax deed will ,Issue thereon Notice la hereby given to all whom It may llalance Oct. I. thIn _- .. '___ 93,94Dist.tet executive, who thla has Uncl.rt County _pl.n.. of in.iehts'inesa, ______ ____ 30.6111.05 1
n 1k year ar
Wh day of i I N. II
November A. D. 1923. the tilth day of December.A. .
WHn.... my official signature and seal this concern. D. 1923.that I on shall apply to the Honorable Balance Sepr 1. 1821 u______ .._ _____ 1707Reeeipta cepted the aeeretaryhlp of the Special TaE, Districts '
''ne !'nth day during month __________ __ l"
of September. A. D. I Ml.O of ssid court Judge of u Florida State Fair.
K A. Green judge a \ .
Warrants Issued. .._______ ________ _
W. ALDERMAN. probate for my final discharge, a* adminiatratrix n ., __ I 1190 89 .
Balance Oct. I. 1921 __ _______ 167.U I.Ianc. t.
Clerk Circuit Court. of the estate' of Henry Garner deceased ; uu Inaiu4la. eareeni year u ____u ,__ 711.44
!: ::: Bradford County. Fla.tni.r and that the time I will present. Melriet N. II "neolt .
at same my
;NEW. : RIVER district head .-- -- -- 13.82181
h -
fInal account* aa administrate of said ... Ralance Sept. I. 1921 ._______________ 20041I Un.olleotrd. current pear 'und __ ._ -. __ .It
___.._____ .
Iteeeipta during month .84'Warrant
NOTICE ask for their approvalItaUd '. I u. '
tu'iand I' ___ _____ ._ New River, Jrt. 26.-C. U. Adkins he'vs. .
mutt Court. Elirht'h Ju".I,1 Circuit, October A. D. V23. isaued n __ _ 100 i. _
U. ____ ._ _
i.. .
__ ___ 1
.i/"R'I.] :;>t""T Florid In Chancery IRENE; nARNER. Balance Oct. I. 1021 n.n_ 11IW.77Olitrlet motored tt Starke Sunday. .

C.uin i 'ainant.IT .. I Ivs I I0-ig.9t.u-14 Administratrix- Balance! Sept 1. 121 ..Ne.u __II__________ 12201 Will Andrew! and son, Guy; were Uabille ,... 1 .

.. ( NOTICE: OF APPtirATlOV FOR T"X DEED Keeeipta during month ---------------0 I vixitors to JUiforcl Sunday. General School Fund .!
) f"
.rtila Land and raimpany UNDER:! KrOTIOM BIN OF THE .- t 00 i Archie of Millwood Ark. CNt.e j'
| I Brown
""" : a Corporation I GENERAL STATI'TFIHereby Balance.o"lIi: 1-9i'----::::::::::-::- 121341Dlitrlet I Warrants for espenses ._.____ ___ 1.// .
tho l r Known Helra nr Claim- I notice la given that II O. Mason" 111.. 17 is vUitintf friends. here this week. .__.n.n'.__._ __ .' ,
ant. C B Stron.. Charlie M. 1 purchaser of tag sale certiteates, numberedrespectively Balance Sept 1. 1921 ____ ________..__ SI 4Receipta Mr. and Mr Boh of Miami ".. ,
Mni, "" and Unknown: Persona t I 244 and an2. Issued by ta. collI ... during month _u____.______ 188Warranta J"h"n.
ri. '. hdan... I top ot Bradford county. Florida. said eertlB. Issued" ...________......... PIMIf.1 l throuifh hen- ThursdayrnriMjte Special TaE District Funds .
"II Balance Oct. 1. !IU< __ __________..__ 2807
t. R.raove Cloud. Intel Tl.le and OtherRelief rateS being. dated July 4. 1121.. has filed said to KaiforJ to visit Mrs. John- 1 1
I and has made application Dlstrlrt Ne. 18 '_ 9
ecrtiHcatni In office b
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T".I) t Whom It May Con........ Orertlnir : for tax my deed to Issue In accordance Balance' "" ". 1. 1921 _____h_________ 19991 son's mother Mrs. I'adirett. J..n" __ .._ ._ ___ .1.000.01 $
It'lam ..' bill of comh with law.SniI Receipt during month ___.d_____... J. E. and son Gerald spent
n .o., above by the sworn there known I I certificates respectively. embrace the Warrant issued _. ._________.. 84 40i Alkinl .__ _______ _. n_ 114.701 11 '
''''.i le. ..l to be cause interested that In the proprty i I followinglantla' in Bradford eounty. rtorida. i Balance Oct. 1, 1921 _____ _________ 10882 the week-end in Jacksonville, where OF SCHOOL Is

th.'rrtn d..rI_. ..h.... place. of reel I I .*....nl at the date of the Issuance of aurhcertificate October I, l 23. his lon is taklnl medical treatment. pnOPEHT
"nc. '" unknown and eomplalnant allenerHr .... I In the names respectively hereinafter ernTF or rioRin Miss .: McKinney and Everett General t 9, ..
that they do not linow.. and after dnl.I particularly act forth. _wit I .I I COUNTY OF BRADFORD. IS.'heol
went 'inquiry lisa not been able to ascertain I, Crrtincat No. 244 embraces East Quarter I "hereby certify that tie foregoing .18... Tyson attended! church at Vanderbilt'! ____ 8" Of M I I
any 5f th. known defendanta are In *.1.! I of Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter. I I ....nt of the ,...I .. and dista-rwaaenta. of linus Iota u .u 1
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Saturday ... .__ -- -- 1.00011
we. 0" llvln* or ant and that there are ; See. 12. Tp. t. 8. R. 22 E.. 14 acres. aseosedOrtiHcaU the school funds of Bradford County, f.. the School "' ) I 4
th.r I, ) and C. O.} Wiggins .. ._ ___ ____ u_ II'o"fOooOo"
remora believed t.. be Intereatrd In said Unkno..n. irenth of September. '1921. I I. true and correctto Floyd ,hl "" .8
'"......., Mhrr than the known defendant. I I : No. SO- embraces Weat Half I of the. bra of any knowledge. end belief G. C. Porter and M. S. Johns motored sehool --- I
tad the nanuei and naldene of puck peraonar Northwest Quarwr of Southwest Quarter. Bee. R H WlfJCIMS.Ceutr I SQl)
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,''I- ,: IHAMPTON- NEWS "NOTES!1 I News@ Items of Busy- Lawtey ].J

Ailed his Hampton Stave !Mill in Operation { To the Citizens of Lawtey: I of sandwiches! and fruit punch were HEALTH AND TEMPERANCE: : DAY
If I Uev. Jones of Lake City The Telegraph is interested in anything served.
0 the (Citizen! of Hampton: appointment at the First Baptist The big Paul & Waymer stave mill j' and everything that will boost

The Bradford County Telegraph isinterested : i huT<'h of Hampton Sunday morning which has been under constructIOn and its surrounding territory, I I In accordance with the state 'Iaw.
) in anything and everythingthat I and evening. His subject Sunday for the past month or so at Hampton, I' and Lawtey to this end we have planned to Those present! were Mesdames. passed last April, there will be a
will boost Hampton. \Ve hate "Gather Up the Frag has opened up operation this week H. Edwards, R. R. Thede, J. E. Brown health and
full of thepaper I morning was about !set aside a full page of the paper to 1. II. Carrodine, J. II. Moore, A. temperance program 0
planned to devote a page In the evening, "The Fall and already staves are flying interested the high school
entirely to Hampton and to ments. were very the rate of 16,000 per day. All of i the doings! of Lawtey. Everyone Blanchard, G. W. Brown, A. A. 111.\\ next I I. -
His explanations is
:Man. of
of in tho welfare Lawtey day afternoon at 1:30
by the
If are interested ofa the M. E. Edwards, W. I. Powell, J. pull J
Hampton's! interests you and interesting by the use the equipment is not yet on | B.
Jt plain asked to assist our correspondent, of the school.
u boost city full force :Moore, Charles Burck, Catherine'Teuro
in helping us your wall chart which he had !gotten up ground so that they can run
Nimmo, I L. Blanchard, in securing the news and L. II. Hill Misses l-'lorrio Many good lessons of
our correspondent, MISH Ada However, in the next few days one health, 'in
will be more than glad to have you himself.C. I or two more machines are going to be I I items.will He will, be glad with of your in every help Terry and Wilma Blanchard.B. I ics and patriotism! will be presented
and co-operate you
turn Into her any and all news Items Pa., added so that the output will be increased I in recitation and song. A beautiful
' that you may know of, which will F. Kalch thin, of week.Philadelphia He is on his to the maximum. Potato bar way. L. Blanchard spent Sunday and I pageant by some of the high school
make the Hampton columns teem arrived here I rel staves are being turned out at the Monday with relatives in Melrose. i
will be
to Miami where he goes every I be for Lawtey, Oct. 20.-Sheriff W. J. Ep ,I pupils put on on that OCCAS.
with interest. way present time in order to ready
4 of ion.
' winter and engages In the raising with the person and Constable Jacob Johns, of
which will
the rush come
. vegetabeg. lIe is a very busy man big of the 'j Starke, were business visitors here Read the advertisements, it will i
early spring potato crops ,
}( K. Y. P. U. Program as gathers well as his a crop successful in Pennsylvania farmer. lie in i state. I'| Saturday.J.:; mean money in your pocket. i Read the "Cent-a-wora cola

: Tho following program was rendered motor South and plant a win- of Gainesville, wastransacting -
time to ; I R. Eddins,
Y. P. U. at the Wedding
.I by the Senior B. Quiet .
"if Baptist church Sunday evening: ter vegetable crop. Miss Eva lodges and Mr. :Smith: > business in town Monday.A.

',? Song, Sweeter as the Years! Go! fly.t I of New Jersey were quietly married American Wire FencingCar
r Business period. Miss Byrel Mullady, of Jacksonville at the bride's home on last Thursdayat I A. Stokes, of South Georgia,
t' I' Scripture: readings-Evelyn Jones is the guest of Miss Uattie. Turner 4 p. m. Both of these fine young spent a few days here last week with
IIII Lorene Cheshire. this week. people are well known here and havea I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Introduction and Outline-:Miss host of friends who are wishing Stokes. load "Genuine American" Wire
;l. Wilma Alexander, leader. :Mrs. II. B. Geiger is visiting rinds them happiness and every success in1 Fencing
The personal equation in this equation in Jacksonville this week. life. II Rev E. D. Boyer was a visitor to received.
week. just Specifications to meet
I -lieuluh Wheeler. Baldwin first of the every

Reading-Arthur Wilson. 'I Thursday Evening :MeetingThe RmilKRIlOOI[; MEETING WKI.L
Doing My Duty) -Ciladr.i Groen. ATTENDED !MONDAY KVKMNGj: I! :Mrs. J. T. Moore and Mrs. G. W. purpose.
nt'ndin'olrl': II. B. Wrest. following program wall render I Brown were visitors to Starke Tues-

Other Scripture R..l..tiM-MrR. V ed at the Baptist church Thursday The men belonging to this organi- day. : Buying this wire in Car lots we are .
B. Wheeler evening, Oct. 18th: zation had a very enthusiastic meeting prepared
What can I do toward tho lost?- Leader, Miss Hilda Durden. in the First Methoaiat church on Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a furnish this
I.. A. Wheeler and, Mrs. K. B. Wat- Subject, A King Who Would not Monday evening, and did a few things professional visitor to Lawtey last to wire to our customers tor less

tenon.> Obey God.Sentence. that will surely meet with the warm Thursday.W. 'I
Speak personally) to the lost--Mary prayer, That we and may closed all approval of every member of the organization than cost of wire when bought in local shIp-

? I'rire. olwy God-Lead by leader as well as that of every E. Torode was transacting business
' What to say to Ii lost I't'TRon-Ev- by II. Y. P. U. leader. public spirited man and woman in the in Jacksonville Thursday ments.
-lyn Jom'lI. Short original community.
\ \ What if I am not rood! enough?-- Wheeler. Prof. bowling brought to thA at- Miss Susie Prevatt was a visitorto
Lorene Cheshire. I Song, Trust and Obey. tention of the Brotherhood, an imper- Starke Monday.\
Closing song. Prayer-Annie May Wheeler. ative need of our high school in the N. B. HULL
: I !, Song, Yield Not to Temptation. for scientific
way of laboratory equipment Rev. Hartffield, who is assisting in .
the People
l I" ())1 Mr. Curley and !Mr. and, Mrs. J. !M. I Saul Annointed Before experiment in chemistry and the revival services! at the Methodist
I and daughter, Ethel of Penn. Hilda Durden. kindred) subjects. his
r t Stone Saul Got Ills First Army- church, South, spent Saturday at
of \Vm. Kalch How Dowling has within the STARKE
, eylvania, are guests! Professor home in Jacksonville, returning here
I t:. and daughter, Ada, this week. Ruth Saul's Williams.First Victory-Novilla KingSaul's past three weeks received notice from Sunday.
the colleges at Gainesville and Tallahassee

I! ,. Sin-Herbert to the Durden.Amelekites I that chemistry must be apart Mrs. A. A. Smith-and :Mrs. Cathcrirc -
Saul'a Fight
I of the regular curriculum in order
I fearc ".( re visitors! to :-:taro "n
:I Kathryn Weest.I I to have our high school graduates GENERAL INSURANCE
Saul Sins Again-Hilda Durden. V.'ednesd.iy.J. :
I admitted to these colleges.The .
God Rejects Saul, the King-Vestal l school board would provide the J. McLeod transacting business INMAN & RITCHFIRE.
FIRE. Wheeler.Song-Annie May Wheeler, Herbert necessary equipment at once but, unfortunately in )ln..>.sonvillc Wednesday
i this is unforsuun contingency -
HI! an
j. and Hilda Durden. and they have no money to LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILELocated
I Pearce.QuotationsLamar of Jacksonville was
I Recitation-Mary Price and Annie apply to the purchase of the equipment Henry here Bennett Saturday., in building of. E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14
' ;i Ruth Peeples.RecitationVirginia. needed in the study of chemise a Hours Every Day.

, Is it Yoflr House? I! Peeples.I try.The Brotherhood promptly met Mrs. W. 11. Edwards and children STARKE FLORIDA
P. U. ,
I I 'Tis Our Own B. Y. Moore were visitors to
I I, Song- this emergency! just as they have met and Hobuit -

1, 1 i r Our business is to protect I Benediction. the lesser ones ever since the Incep- Jut ksunvlll''! Tuesday.Mr. .
I I tion of the organization, by voting
: r : you...large and small 1 Mr. add Mrs. R. L. Dirt and family $">().00 to the school board to liu. used anti ;Mr?. Charles Stricklandwere "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
have recently located in the Sullivan in the purchase of suitable equipment bh41ir l ,! in Starke Monday\
j Best Reliable Companies cottage on Church street. for laborutorial work in the J. I. I'uboHc, of Starke, was in our over 33 year the E. O. Painter Fertiliser Company has furnished Florida
I high school.Prof. town 3uesdu) grower with fertilizers. The continued patronage of experienced grower girosproof
Quick Adjustments I stated that the of satisfactory results.COULD .
Dowling equipment
Mrs.! Milton and little daughter: are I
: DON'T LOST visiting Mrs.! Milton's parents, Mr. could be bought for $250.00 and Social, GatheringThe BETTER FERTILIZER DE MADE WE WOUD MAKB IT.
I and Mrs. J. It. Hodges[ this week. that our school would then be tho Ladies Aid Society of Grace Writ For Nsw Fall Price Liili Jut 10......

: SEE US equal of any school in the state. Methodist church was delightfully 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fit
The Brotherhood assumed, in a entertained Thursday afternoon at
Starke, who has recently -
itt I| Mr. Smith with the manner, the responsibility of seeingthe the home of Mrs.! Louis II. HiU. .'t --
i Peek & PerrymanI )become connected in '' mutter through und in order to very! pleasant two hours! were spentin K1.'r1ef2'1. '."" "' Telegraph, was
r Bradford County citizens I j make good, usk every member to immediately : transacting the regular/ business! of
till: our town Tuesday! meeting our I Mitchell the which refreshments! Send Your Dresses Rugs Draperies Etc.To
I and getting acquainted. The I| pay to J. M. I'I'I the society, after .
treasurer, their dues in full to
Starke Telegraph is asking the cooperationof first of November. It is a sl'lendilch.tnce
1 \ the Hampton -
our citizens in making to show to the community the New Bulbs for Old
section of the a big success.
'I paper 'd of material wo have in our organization. Montgomery French Dry Cleaning Co.

) Largest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning Plant in the South
t A committee was appointed to meet Place your order with Simmons &
I 1 the city council and ask that tn immediate Stringfullow for light bulbs suitablefor DRESSES, ETC., DYED, CLEANED AND REPLEATED
I" census be taken to find out of 17 cent i
current new plant. per Montgomery, Ala.

I!'I' just the growth how much of our we city.durud boast as to allowed on old bulbs in exchange. of ....., .........-"-'""'..."',.....:'. :.......!3dttildl y.tlGc,1
Come, boys! Lot's get togetherami rrw..rrr -
show our townsmen that we arc t i\y011'IJ.au' p9'a10T.l iGJtTJ.f.rSS3l0A1k111iNlLSdrY1I'.t7.f,917.reL0.Y/OfdJJr" "
not "just walking around to save funeral

i' will expenses be l resumed" The regular the first meetings and- e THE FLORIDA STATE FAIR

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third !Mondays of each month at
: -.t! o'clock p. m.

Jl1 w the The:Methodist next meeting church will Monday be held eve in Q nova I 5-24 JACKSONVILLE AmSmoa

ning, November Cth. Do not forget
timo or place.A i < I

1, 1 YI The Biggest Educational and Entertainment Spectacle of tho Year!

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I On last Thursday evening, October An amusement program absolutely' unrivalled The greatest Racing Program In the history "
I h I -M J presenting the season'a greatest and of the Fair. Including' six daya of high
I 18, :Mr. and !Mrs. G. M. Inmim entertained mOlt exclusive features. class harness eventa and two thrilling automobile i1
cI at their home in Starke the "Klatawah" Carver' famous diving horse contests.
: J I It I evening card club und a few other and his daring rider the "Uirl In Red." Three nights of Brilliant Pagsantry, Nov. ,
}'. 1 I IFi Viiesti. A very pleasant and enjoyable Roy Smith' Royal' Scotch Highlanders' 1S-16-17.
\t ; i I II Ir evening! was had lit bridge., Three Bard and Nightly Program of GORGEOUS FIRB- '1.
II winning Tin other big Vaudeville and Circus Acts. WORK9.
I prizes were !given, Mrs. Stump :
i the first club prize, Mr. Crew!

[ I : consolation.Six the guest .prize and Mrs. Peek the I $22,500 I N AWARDS Write for Premium List '1 1i

I I tables were set and after several j ;:
In I ;
; SPECIAL round of bridge l wore onjowd, i The Biggest Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibit ever seen

.i a the delicious hostess! plate delighted! luncheon.the guests! with Florida, coupled with the great pure-bred livestock show, will enable I''

r !, I I Those present! were Mr. and Mrs. I the merit of the educational program of the Fair to reach a hereto- It

|: A. S. Crews, Mr. and, Mrs. F. F. fore unattained height. ,
I I Stump, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg,, !
;Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr.
The Telegraph : and Mrs. S. L. Peek Dr. and Mrs. E. Mammoth Poultry Exhibit staged under Inspiring sxhlblt ef Boys' and Girls'
I. Bifrga' Mr and Mrs. C. A. Fntch the Association.direction of The Jacksonville Poultry repre.ented.Club Work with every club In the state

I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Mrs. E. K.

t r ; Three Months I Net?, Mrs. Florence Powell Miss! REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES THIS YEAR!
I I Margaret Long, Miss. Carolyn Fripp,
Messrs. C. A. Knight and Telfair
{ Long. In accordance with the policy of the new management of the State ..

: I FREE the advertisements. this week Fair and grandstand.Association popular admission will be charged at the main gate ';!

Y GENERAL STATUTES Admission To Grounds Admission To Grandstand
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i iI Nntic I. hereby ..Iv.n that W. T. Week,
With Every YearlySubscription purchaser of tax certificate No. 111. d..ted] the
ISth tiny of AuiiUHt.. A. D. 11>I8. hu filed mid Adult. ... BOe. Children (under 12)___ .-2e Main Bests Afternoon _.800
I evrtillonte In my office and >it. imtto so Oeneriil Admission. after BOO: P. M______25e .'..eh... (Afternoon) 28
..lIo.Ion for tea deed to Issue In accordancewith Children's Osy-Children.-.....-......... 100 Grandstand (Might) 2iooa 150!
,law. SAM certificate embrace the fol- Cern Club Member* on Corn Club Day ?!fle .I..or.er. (Night' )
I I lowfnir dt'Kcribfl. property situated, In Bradford
T County Florida. to-wltt
I t.ol I of block 82: In Llvinnton Traby Co' REDUCED RATES ON ALL LINES OF TRAVEL!
nb dlv of North..., quarter of Northeast
I ... S. R 21 E.
quarter. S 24. Tp.
fs Iho said. land brine. ..._..1 at the d.t.
This Offer of IHr I ."nn.. nf alien certificate In the name
I Get in on I of t'wliT'Edna Jsekson..",,1 certificate, Shan be ndWmdaeenrdm FLORIDA STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION | I.

to law, tat dr.d will ...u. thrrvonan .
r Before ,it Closes Whnc the Sflth.a my day official of'November.lunatun A.and D. seal 1923.this P. O. Box S32. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
I this Yard day of October.. A. D. 1421.G. .
I 'e .'> Clock. W. ALDERMAN.Circuit Court.UmOfard A. P. ANTHONY, P 8i"-nt. R. M. STRIPLIN, SeCfft'H'.J".h" --'
<".. "'**. Fla.

M -- -- I Ir I 10-2C-SI-11-23.. By C A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk.. I,.._ __-:-... _.-..:! -: -. -- GGt1m\1U119r111. -_N.... _-

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