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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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''S\En-w( : OF LONG BRIDGE- WHO ARE LESTER AND WILLIAM 1' ..'
It. W. MOSELEY! : LAWTEY,
COUNCIL
CITY I LAKE BUTLER ROAD STARTED I COMMISSIONERS CLOt'TIEK i ILLAGE] FOR JAILED FOIL I DKSRHTIOXIVto

Three of Union's Bond Trustees i ii in I Washington Chief of Police Wires "' Williams, of =New River, Draw,

RECEIVES PAVING i Starke Tuesday. HAVE BUSY SES- ,I' Information -Concerning;: ltoy. n j i COUNTY TO BE Fine for' Operating License Auto Without

Work
i has been started on surveyingof Chief Kite has received a wire ( "

the route from Long Bridge to ': ('hief.of Police Sullivan of Washing R. W. Mimoloy, of Lawtey, la held

ESTIMATESQUESTION Lake Butler, to connect with the graded SION MONDAY!I ton.., l). ('', advising/ him of the arrest! i; !: CUT TWO\ MILLS i in the county jail in default of bond

road from Starke. Two routes will and placing in the house of detention in the sum of $:00, u warrant being

be surveyed and estimates made o! i I i for investigation/ two boys, giving" I sworn out by his wife, charging dast -

OF PAVING 14 I the cost of clearing and grading, the BOARD ACCEPTS BUDGET their nuniox us Lester and William|I COUNTY BOARD EFFECT >rtion and I non-support. lie will be
most |It'luutitr. of Sturke. Chief Sullivan
practical road to be selected by given, n preliminary hearing by County -
STREETSTOBESUBMITTEDMadison the board of bond trustees of Union REPORTS ORDER FILED I uskcd the authorities here to advise; | SAVING TO TAXPAYERS Judge Green during the coming

I' county. Mr. C. S. Hill, of Lawtey has i I him of the boys' ages and what disposition --- week.

Avenue and Tenth Street Messrs. R. B. Warrer, A. D. An- |, t<> make of them. I i State Taxi-H. Lowered 3.. Mills Reduc- Pete Williams, of New River, was
Two Main I'rojl'l'IJ-WiII! Connect :' charge of the surveying crew. General:, Out standing Indebtedness! Inquiries around town has failed to>: lag IO1:! '''nell a Total l..f 2 3-1 Mills given a hearing Monday In county

Present Paved Streets drews and W. O. Brooks, members of And Widows Pension Funds Have bring forth any information regarding/ I judge's court on tho charge of operating -
I the board of bond trustees. for Union !Millage Reduced the boys or of anyone bearing the,, : Taxpayers in Bradford:) county will an automobile without license Ha

Acting upon the petition presentedto i county, were in Starke Tuesday, and name of I'loutier. Chief Kite wired, (I have their state and l county taxes for plead guilty to the charge and wan
that body several weeks ago by citizens I I stated that this work will be complet- The Board of County Commission the Washington\ official that he was i the year 1S:24 reduced 2 ::1-" mills under lined $1 nnd cost. -
I era of Bradford County, Florida met j i unable to secure information that; what they wore assessed for the
interested in extending the paving ed as soon as possible. Bids for clear i any Son Ranch, dusky citizen of theNew
of the streets of Starke, the city ,i ing and grading will be advertised as 'In regular session Monday, August would assist him in disposing of the year 11)23. Itrudford'ti commissioners, River section, wa before Judge!

council appointed Mr. Neff, engineerfor | soon as the engineer completes the ,,,4lh, 1921 with all members present boys.. at their August meeting held Monday, Green !Monday, charged' with disorderly -
as follows: J. M. Brownlee, Chairman I -- ----- lopped off u total of 2 nulls, and Ciov.Ilardeo .
the county bond trustees, to make survey and the route is selected. conduct lie entered a plea of guilty
i ; Louis 1[. Hill, S. J. Prescott, I< announced recently that the
preliminary plans and estimates of the The And 1 was allowed to depart aftercontributing
bond issue recently voted in James Reynolds and 1I. P. Gainey. j I I He Must U6... nullage. for the state would! he rcducud -
of and :;
cost paving drainage of streets Union county for hard-surfaccing of $ und costs to the coun y ,
named. Minutes of last meeting read and | from 11 1-2 to 103-4 mills, n reduction -
ty.
| main roads and lateral
improving ,
approved. of 3-4 of a mill.
The two main streets coming under roads, had been declared void, and i Application for pension for widow j ji To meet the expenses of the differ- Sl'CCKSs"Fili7: -HAI'K! -: IHOWKRTALKS ; :

this proposed paving program are another election will have to be held, of Confederate soldier, Mrs. !Margaret j i i I'r out departments' of the county tho l'() WALDO) (;iATIIKKIMiWnldo : ;
Madison street, east from Walnut before that county can take up thei iI
Ann Davis received and same approved : : I board Monday set the millngo an given
street to Cherry street and west from 'i I improvement of their roads. on a large and ordered forwarded, to the State I l$ I below and for comparison tho Aug. a--One of the most

street covered by the state highwayto : scale. Under an act passed by the 1923 Comptroller.Bond i ii millage assessed! for the an mo funds I interesting. features of the meeting of :

Orange street; Tenth street from I I session of the legislature, only prop- i of A. J. Thomas for Notary ty !'" last year la nlao given: the Waldo chamber of commerce Friday 1

Temple avenue to Cherry street This j|i: erty owners can vote in a bond elec- Public presented and approved. \, Fund l 1023: 1021 I night, was IIn address by thatprince I II

street is the first street north of the tion, and this act invalidated the elec- Report of Convict and Jail inspector General C .I 1-4 otlool/ fellows und king of j
depot and connects with the state !! tion held in Union county, whereinall filed. I| R and l T). 4 Ii I boosters, L. B McGill, who has unquestionably i 4

highway on Temple avenue and runs''' registered voters were allowed to Report of convictions from County' I i Io'. and f' 2 2 I demonstrated on hit

cast to Cherry- street. Cherry street I vote. i Judge received and ordered tiled. 0 Indebtedness 2 1-2 1 11.2 farm nl'nrVlllilo that grape culture \

paving will extended from Ninth to The Board then took up the matterof ien. School 10 10 ia one of the most Important Indus

Tenth street. ICED) CROSS MEETING: MONDAY) I the estimated budget and considered Road Bonds ]A 18i coininanity.) < (
Call street paving will be extended the Widows Pension 1-2 1-4
contemplated of the
meeting- : expenses t i i
west two blocks to Orange street and At a held Monday after- | several funds for the fiscal year be- tI' i \I.'GUlllln'n!
Orange street paved from Call to noon at Turner's Drug Store, Q. M. grinning October 1st, 1921 and ending I I Totaf 12 -10 and It preparing 1111 rapidly nit }

Madison. The remaining streets proposed Inman was appointed chairman of September 30th, 1925, and after consideration I I To provide a linking fund, for redemption possible the planting of two hundred
to be paved consists of short Bradford county, and under him will the budget was adopted II of bond! and payment of and fifty acres to thin. Uiclous fruit.
stretches between Walnut street and I work as sub-chairmen of the differentactivities as advertised. I Interest in special tax school districtsof Mr. McOill has quite an extensive
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:Messrs. J. E. Corpening, A. I I
Temple avenue Call street to Madi- The Board then proceeded, with the II c.. rte Stnrke and Lnwtcy, the 111 ill II ICe was ncquiiliituni'e in tho north und east
J. Thomas and J, C Robinson N. T.
son, and extensions to the present | matter of fixing the rate of taxation I ref at 0 ml l)i.The and has already interested many of
Walnut Bitch, treasurer; J. L. Peek, secretary.A I his friends In the wonderful possibilities '
and streets. -
paving on Cherry for the County and School Districtsfor I amount of m ill II ICe for school f'
At the regular meeting of the coun- representative. of the national the year 1021 and after careful An interesting picture ofI Judge' purposes was voted<1 on by the taxpayers I of grupo growing on. Santa Fa "I l
cil held Tuesday night, Mr. Neff pre- Red Cross, Miss Lucy Chamberlain, consideration of the estimate of receipts -I 1 I John It. fnverls "upon whom nil 1 [ nt the different I; school diatrlets lake, near Waldo.KINfJSLKY. '".!

sented his report to the council, show- was in the city Monday to either reorganize and estimate of expenditures, I the fate Leopold of Itlchnnl, mlU'iEtouthx, I.oeb l am] Nathan imlronfroficil I and;;;I below I I ia given the mounts certified I : PARK NOTKHI ti tii

ing the estimated cost for each pro- the Bradford, County Chapter it was the determination of the Board ,j I slayers of II'MMII "Id!'I I to the commissioner to be assessed

ject, length of street to be paved, cost (j, of the Red Cross or disband the organ- that the rate of taxation necessary 'I Robert Krsnks Tln-ie I- n" |I'mnu \ I on each district: i I !Mrs 11,1, r.foott Starke, entertained ,
of same to the town and the amount !I ization. Through the efforts of Mr. to meet such expenses would be for the slayers plrnd"1! >l "'iiili\, "I I District 1 8 mills j a arty of friend with a fish .1

! each property owner would pay per I I Corpening, who felt there was work | each of the following mentioned purposes the Judge mast dii. ,MI., I ini'li, flit, District 2 10 mills. fry, at Kingsley Park Thursday A Awing.

I front foot. I in the country that no other organization the amounts estimated, declared District 3 8 mills 1
The engineer's estimate showed 'I I could handle quite as well as the and levied, viz: DR. DAMD I.ANDKItIIONOKKD District 4 10 mills
that the cost of the proposed paving I Red, Cross, it was decided to retain j In order to meet the estimated IIV FRIENDS District 5 6 mill. Mm. Cody, h-a;; added several Improvementa J '\.

would be approximately $57,000; one- I the chapter to assist disabled exservice penses of the County, it is ON: 72NII ANNIVERSARYKiB.ilminee District 0 7 mills to Klngaloy Park, which, '
thin! of this amount being the city's j'>: men in securing what was coming and hereby declared that a tax eX-I District 7 8 mills I the public In general seem to appreci I I

share and the remaining two-thirds : to'them from the government. It was of 4 1-4 mills upon the dollar be Aug. 2-On Wednesday District 8 S mills. ate. (

, to be prorated among the property! pointedout that an experienced investigator and it is hereby imposed upon all the i night, July 23, u group of Intimate I District 9 7 mills I -- r
. friends and associate churchworkers Mra. D. C. Knight, of Green/ Cuve j
owners. The cost per front foot to the handling these canes could property lying and being: in the Coun- I District 10 6 mills
who remembered that the date marked i Springs, was chaperone to a party ofyoung
the before the proffer of-
matter
property owner ranges from $L44 to put ty of Bradford on the first day of!' District 11 10 mills I
I the seventy-second birthday of people nt H swim and picnic
ficials and action in much less I
$3.13. secure | January A. D. 1921, for the General' District 12 8 mills 1
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I their much beloved friend, Dr. Lander, party Monday< evening nt Kltigaloy ,
time than the veteran himself. i
The type of pavement proposed toI 1 Fund, to meet the current expensesof District 13 8 mills
I after the mid-week service for Park Thnau present wore: Jot. J.
be used is asphalt surface on an 8- Plans will be announced later for the County, and to provide for the prayer I District 11 0 mills
the church gathered at Knight, Misses ICulu hazel Ouulk
inch rock base, with concrete curb and the Red Cross Roll Call and a drive i'i expenditures as estimated in the budget :' Presbyterian DmtrWt IK\ 6 mill. ,
tender felicitations Z. ElnJKnIJlht: Nellie Smith. Alma
the Lander home to ,
gutters and 26 feet in width. These started for membership. The yearly hereinbefore set forth. I I District 16 R mills
Knight Florie Smith Eloise: Green
for the occasion. .
specifications are the same as those membership is only $1, and of this To meet the expenses estimated to District 17 B mlllH
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weeks Jciiia
I Dr Lander happily surprisedand ,
covering the construction of the state. I amount one-half is retained in the be necessary to be paid of the Kino was! i District !18 7 mills i
the affair was enjoyable.Ice Knight, Walter Knight, and Ralph
Starke. local for before and Forfeiture Fund determined very
highway through treasury matters coming it is -
In addition to the paving, the engineer the local chapter, requiring Immediate and hereby declared that a tux of cream and cake were nerved. I COPPKU;i HULL .SKIXftD.: IIVSIIKKIIT I Smith.
I To this kindly gentleman, much revered .
also provided for four storm attention in a financial way. two mills upon the dollar be levied, I ;' Mr. nnd !Mra7 T7 S. WlllUmu, ot
host of friends here and
I bv
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sewers for taking care of the waterfall The remaining 50 cents goes to the assessed and Is hereby imposed upon elsewhere a extending, wishes for : Tuesday Sheriff Epperson: anti, leputy Starke, are no well pleased with their
are
at an estimated cost of 23127. National body and Is used to relieve all the property lying and being in in midst. IlaUden paid a visit to the Highland vacation at Reat-n-While cottage,

CO This amount, however can be reduced suffering, humanity wherever needed. I II the County of Bradford on the Ir15t) many Dr. happy Lander years continues our his activities section, and at a place tour mile west they are adding another week to i!
by following suggestions out- II| day of January, A. D. 1921\ for tha ; thelir
I in linen! of church work and Is acting of Highland they. discovered a 60 gal stay.
lined by Mr. Neff for disposing of the Fine and Forfeiture Fund, to meet tho t
Ion still with .
twin colls. The
water. I r New Davis Manager I i| current expenses as estimated in the Sunday Presb.vterian! school church superintendent in the absence of the of ntlll copper wa not In operation at the time, I! Among the out of town people registering j
at Park the
There entiment the citizens budget. Klngaluy past \\I
of our is a town that among Starke shouldnot -, 1 To cover the amounts of the estimated Principal' D. It. Sraver this summer.JmN7lA i I'and no an arrests elaborate) were affair made., having It "all warrather week, were: Ruth nnd Ilolli Brown, J J1I11s.

lag in the matter of public Improvements I e expenses for keeping the roadsin I Y"m"'HY /DAY modern< conveniences," including a Klhel; 1 Webster! Mr. and Mr. K.C. I,

especially as the time for .... I. good shape and for the constructionand I brick furnace. Two hun.lredlallo" Wilson' Miss liesslo Kustnfor-1,
orieninuof) the Jacksonville-Tampa repairing of bridge and other I Monday was a busy day for the of mush was destroyed, and the/ still* Mlsa Annie llovllli, Mr. S. K. Eahle.

highway is only a matter of a few ,ax I necessary expenses to keep the roads! 1 courthouse personnel, there being betides brought to Starke.TII.lmSSA man, Gainesville; !Mr. and Mr*. J. "
months. Many of the property owners I of the County in good condition and the regular meeting of the school T'':. Jones, Jacksonville; ,lr John M.

have openly expressed themselves in '\ \ I provide other roads necessary as isI I board and commissioners, the sale of .: ROAD OI'KNKI::; ) Cox, Mr. Rol.lle Theus, Mian Mintle

favor of additional municipal improvements ,,\ ; estimated by the Board of Bond Trull-I I advertised land for taxes, masters Th ua, Miss Fuiiicu: Theua Mlaa nor,. i

and that the major portion j tees of Bradford County and sheriff's sales. Very little of tho The Starku-Therosso read la now Theua, Butler, Cm.; Frank I). Van
if not all, of the improvements 1: ..t s =I I is determined and hereby declared lands si"Id for taxes were hid in, it being opened for tralllc, and was reported work, Jacksonville, Mr. and r.lrs. R.M. .

['will be carried by a substantial ma- : that a tax of four mills upon the dollar estimated that 00 per cent of the Wednesday to be In fair condition. Care Jacksonville, K. I'euler ,
""ority I IK not doubted. < i. he levied, assessed. and hereby imposed list went to the stuto. i, One bridge remains to be completed i and wife" Jan. Nulitvo and wife, Mr*. l

The council has not taken any scion i iI iI iI upon all of the property, lying -CKMKTKIIYOltKINfi--;'- : on thIs route, but a detour In r'l W. Woodard anti family, Oalnet- i
and being in the of Bradford tained at this point for vine '
so far believing it best to put the County nlldn//
alter before the citizens of the town on the first day of January, A. D. There will be a cemetery working at vehicles. to roliuiM I the Conner bridge 1
1'24::! to meet the current of the Rosewood (old I'revattcemetery spanning
nd give them the oportunity to thor- expenses cemetery WILL ICKCO.MHTRL'CT CO.NNKKIHtllKiU :; : I New River. This bridge ban been Impassable -
the County as estimated.To ) on the llth day of Augunt.
ughl itudy the proposed improve-
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for several! months, and the
entsneforr an election is called. Although 1- meet the interests! payment. All invIted to bring their dinner and I temporary bridge ,'rl'declwer, the

mi o'expression as to the manner and provide a sinking fund for the spend the day, .giving the cemetery a At their meeting huM Tuesday the of the stream< mold<1 not he used, run at
of voting' were given by members of I I ultimate! redemption of County bond good cleaning up. county board of bond trustees. voted times.

he the I the law, it is determined, and hereby
be
roperty owners will given --- -- -
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he ("Io-m L. Mmwr, i-i,' \"rlClnlll. upon the dollar be levied, assessed and, :
,erred proposed lepcrately paving and not for on each the street prop- was the ch"'(." "f J,a>via ,', is hereby imposed upon all the property He look my arm f' dthedjrwe-' I--- i j. i iq
the new t hairman I
isition I lyy'ig and being in the Countyof down on the back seat of hit beautiful
whole. he
as a :National, rmimittvv., to 'l Below is given the engineer's esti- hi' corn" algn for election.' Bradford, A. D. 1921.on the first day of Janu- I S'\ :'ducd a flask and from a pocket of the car a bottle and 1 two I
ates all be ary "
on streets proposed to ''asU's,
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I To meet the current incidental -
expenses
improved !
together with his letter ac- PICNIC: ,\ADKLVS, LANDING:;
and to the
companying same: I necessary operation "See what a 1J.lfJu"hlfulltllleo boy I am," laid Ted; "Ginger
of the schools of the County
Estimate for paving with 8-inch Tuesday a congenial party came public Ale for the ladies."
me rock and : and a''' to pay the salaries of teacher. and
bituminous surface, 26 over from Lake Butler enjoyed I
feet in width, with concrete curb andgutter I picnic and swimming at Adkins' landing i j repair school house as estimated by "I propped my .ilver-.IJPP<'red feet on the little rat of the

: on Kingsley lake. The party wa the County Board of Public Instruction car and finned contentedly. "That's "
| it is determined and hereby declared tome dress Sallie, laid
PENNSYLVANIA composed of the following persona: I Ted. "but I'd "
AVENUETempIe( that a tax of ten mills upon the .
:Avenue to Walnut Street) ; Mr. and :Mrs. P. M. Padgett, and fami- t
dollar be levied assessed and ia here-
Length 603 ft ly Mrs. J. E. Maines and son, J. E. I
I by imposed upon all the property in''I You
rontage of Property, 956 : Jr., Eldred Duncan, Misses Carolyn Will Be Interested In'SALLIE'S
the County of Bradford on the first I
Total cost Duncan, Willie :Mae Johnston, all of
r 3675.00 day of January, A. D. 1921. !
City's one-third, $1225.03 Lake Butler IDs Kathleen Kelley, of I TEMPTATIONS'A
I To meet the to !
expenses necessary
1 Property Bartow John Jeter of South Caro-
owner's two-thirds 24:>0.07 ; be paid out of the Widow's Pension ti
Cost per Front Foot, 2.563 : lina; and Miss! Iris Epperson, of Fund it is determined and hereby declared I i Written By GLADYS BAKER I
'WACKSON I! Starke. I ICLARKLCKE II
", STREET (Temple Avenue that a tax of one-quarter mill I i
to Walnut Street): : i! upon the dollar be levied, assessed and I I Which Start ,

Length 609 ft is hereby imposed upon all the prop :
frontage of Property 918 Mr. Lloyd Clark, of"New River, and erty lying and being in the County of I ,I This Week in This Paper
:
;Total cost $3830.20 Miss Polly Luke, of Starke, were unit- Bradford on the first day of January, 1 I, t

yty's one-third, $1276.73 ed In marriage Tuesday, at seven A. D. 1921 for the Widow' Pension I r
Property( owners two-thirds 2553.47 I o'clock, at the home of the bride, the Fund. They are experience from the page of Sallie' We.-they

Coat per Front Foot 2.782 Cady place on Kingsley Lake road. ''I To meet the outstanding Indebted. } I s will help/ all Sallie to avoid. the pitfalls which yawn for ,hem

f- NINTH STREET (TempI. Avenue to The groom ia one of Bradford coun.I ness according to the estimate, It U filal iUtksr today---

}Walnut): tya prosperous young farmers, while determined and hereby declared thata I -i _---:25J t
Length, 603 ft his bride is the beautiful young tax rate of one and one-half mills I Read Sallies Temptations Every Week. Turn now lo

I daughter of Mrs. Mary Luke who until I page two for the First (nttallmrnf.rabfnrb .

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= what nationality I known.Certificate. ."al b.abmlu t the elector of the State
but -
I "Beg pardon sor, : No. IM embrace NE'4 of NWVi .. to b* held on the not
-.. -, I West Palm S-b-.Judge Harry is your friend ?" i See 211. Tp. 8. S. R M E.. 40 *cre*, as*****) Tuesday after the nrat Monday In NoveraU.
,.;" ... -; and Mrs T. E. Underbill. A. D.. 1524. for ratification or rejection to.
Hauck, with a warning to parents "Half Irish and half ape! snapped ;
.' I Certificate Ne. 14 embrac Com 100 ft W. wit:
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-salU.e
.tlfr employers against allowing childrento the grouch. :,of NE enr of Wt, of NWMJ of 8E!: 4 of NEt Section 11 No tax upon Inheritance or ipnn -

actS as chauffeurs has fined Joseph | Tim smiled genially. "Begora, and run S. 248 ft.. W. 100 ft. N. 248 ft.. B. the Income of resldenta or eitlna of th a
*. 3. R. 22 E.. State ohall b levied by the State of ,In.or .
i 10" ft. to beg. See 2 Tp 6. assessed PI"r
ta.tlGns" Hendricks, 13-year-old boy $o for he's related to both of us, ain't he ? Rieharl Reynolds. under its authority and ther shall .. .

Tem driving an automobile. In assessing THAT EXPLAINED IT \ Certificate No. 291 embraces iota 8. 7. and .mpt from taxation t the bead off a fany:
I I declared "chil- I 8 of blk. C. Ruins. add to Stark In NW'4 of .Idlnl in thla State household goods a, E
the fine Judge, Hauck, NW',. !J. of Dth St.. SW. 58, Tp. 0. 8. R. :22 "o.1 effects to the value of five H","'.u,
.._ .. : dren according to the definition of the An old farmer and bin wife drove to E., aaseesed Dr. P. D. Hick. ,11500'(0)) Dollars.A ,
-..-_- =.- -- --- pools Certificate No. 210 embrace SEVi of NEVi,
.. _._- ---'-- ------ not qualified to drive motor market one ;very wet day. Large
= law
I the are I See. a. Tp. 7. 8. R. 22 E.:. 40 acre, assessedJ
I knew RESOLUTION rono.ln
It was good. Then too, Ifuble for permit- 'f watec bad formed in the roadway JOIN nt
Parents .
INTRODUCING HALLIE: < cars. are C Gamy.Certificate to Article VIII of the Corutltn.lion ,.
't faint glow of assurance and well being { ting their boys or girls to drive and oetween the farm and the town. On I No 214 cmhr.ce S A. In SW! of the Stat of Florida. ,1..1"to Chi <
forward l eoI' of EH. of 8WH of SE*.. Sec.5. Tp. 1. S. .
look I .
had to met old j and Count
I begun he an
that the
modern pretty young return journey
Sallie is ,
a employers who permit young personsto K. 22 E. 2 aerea, aisussid Georgia Johnaon. Br by the Legislature of the Stn
creature, with all the emotion and to and enjoy. j drive their vehicles are equallyresponsible friend. I CertIficate Xo. 244 embraces All! NE" of of I nhe :
Sallie Ted i "W" N. of Ry. See 19. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. Flord. ,'
desire you youmelf had when you "That's Home dress, to the city authorities. "And how are you today? was the following amendmenti to Ar l nVIII
88 J Hama> .
acre Stat of
Ion. of trw Constitution of th* 01cr.iim
were at that iclorioun al(8 that hetomewbere ', Maid, "but I'd hate like the deuce for Sixteen years' is the limit it was : friendly greeting. Coffle..1. 25J embraces 8 of blk relative to cllln and ennntir Ii, be num

between sixteen and twen you to sneeze." He tested the narrow i out. : "Very well thank you," answered 30 Ex E. 80 ft-. Sec. SO. Tp. 7. Section 9 of said Article VIII b and th
pointed S. R. 22 E.. assasMd W. C. Seal .
held it on. His ia hereby ".. to and shall h aubmI.led
of brilliants that ; the farmer .m. .
redeemed
ahall be
ty-A vt. strap Unless said eertin'cate* to the rlectors the Stat at ..
;. Again she i ill your own daughter fingers against my flesh were warm. St. Augustine-Charles Ernberger "How U' the wife ?" continued the according t law, tax deed will Issue thereonon election to b* held on the flrat Tuesday.nprl aft.-r
love to'' from Pitts-'I' the day of A. D. 192. first Monday In November A. D. 1924. fratification -
'skin the
!' or the daughter of your very bent "You've got the they 75 years old, tramping friend. Wltneea my of1ela signature. .I this or rejection to-wlt:

friend. In other words, there U somerone ; touch all right, Sallie. ," said Ted "it's burg Pa., to Florida, was struck and "Fine." said the farmer. "She's behind the 9th day of A. D. 1924. Section 9. The Legislature .h.1 have powto .-

Cf dear to you with the name warmth like rose petals and velvet) and all'II fatally hurt by an automobile that I there"-jerking his thumb to- (Seal O.Clerk W. Circuit ALDERMtV.Court.Bradford ..t.bU.b.extending change territorially and throughout 1 local go\,Ti.rn.m .
t nt .
; of ienliment the name eternal struggle -I those things." I did not stop to learn the result of the ward the back of the wagon. 'County Florida. val county in the place of all county .f--!,

between "right and wrong, ," and "Same old line" I laughingly reI' accident, according to a story broughtto "She's not there"excalmed! the By C. A.Deputy KNIGHT Clerk. triet. municipal and local "y..nm.nla. _.,1.bl. -.

underneath it all, that innate desire to plied. I the city by Frank Ernberger who astonished friend. 7-11-8t-8-8 .. legislative and officials executive. or judicial. or stat n'

II "do right" that God creates in all our "Line nothing"; he put his arm I! was tramping with his brother. The The farmer turned and looked over .h.1) ..."rb the jurisdiction powers. duti"
NOTICE OF SALE OF SHARES OF STOCK
well { southof such government. Ita !legUlntle
spirit called around "You know perfectly old man died on the highway he said
lIttle girls-that prompting me. his shoulder. Then coolly: IV THE LAWTEY STATE BANKA I executive and judicial departments ar

conscience, to be tenderly nurtured I you go to my head. Maybe it's that ]1 here Wednesday morning about one "Hump! That accounts for the I Corporation lu boards bl.and official : to divide tvurntory ..

and made strong by clean thought darn perfume you use. What is it, Sallie .1 j hour and a half after a small coupe splash." TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I .. in such government Intosubordinate '
; and to prescribe a ju-
I Notice i ia hereby given that following stock 1.trl.t.
wearily
and actions or left to grow lax and imperfect -: ? Blue-hour?" had run into him as he plodded I bottlers owning and holdln. the numberofshares and reannnable system nf taxation for .ur.toserflmeflt .

as a weed. "Well, there's nothing blue about this! along the edge of the highway the of stock .llated Ilo. in the Lawtey I and d'strieta. : existIng and tutor
I lie held said the machinewas J. L. FRAZEE I Stat Bank a and exiatinc homlrd' indebtedness shall be and remain .U-
of Beautiful | brother stated. He o..nl
SftllSe is everywhere. The eyes one for us, is it. under th e.rln. Stat of Florid ,I finitely! In area and taxable liability : a .hom..t.nl .-

the world are upon the ultimate outcome rne just a bit closer and every now and I I traveling 25 or 30 miles an hour, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT who bv neglected or refused after three in a rural area shall not b limited ni

<: tit her moral code. Is the going then we heard strain of music borne and that the driver slowed down LAWPOSTOFFCE months notice to pay that e.r.in ..._m. If In section a city or-hall town be.tly.: but no.1.1.1..10..majority tinderthin '.
I' of 8\nty-flv per cent of valu of
par
,I'' ; to weaken her creed of right and to ulan the breeze. They were play-i somewhat looked back but did not BUILDING said' stock on his or her shar or share of nfthe electors In the county who arm '

stretch her philosophy of ing my favorite waltz. It was comfy I come back to offer help. Capital stock of said, Lawter Stat Bank Ih.1 ,,. thereon at an election for tAm poetic*.
and ... for members f
wrong corporation aa provided by law and and ...hou.U. to r>
FLA. according vot
life to that of the girls who have a"good" to be way off from the crowd. I let my county now STARKE to law. the Hoard of .m.the the 1.bl.tu. .h.1 vo' favor of such

time? I beau rest against his arm .1 liked Ted. Lake City-Columbia' said Lawtey Stat Bank a "r..lon. will .
boasts 36 miles of hard-surfaced highways ell a amount of Stock
In thii day of cigarettes, cocktails He did everything with such an air, road MASTER'S SALE of the.uflcl.nt stockholder .at Publie Auction I A JOWt-- RESOLUTION Proposingmvmlmrnt .-

and corsets parked at the dance, your I and although his reputation was! a I II out of a total county system Kvrvby roil. !Ie fflven that under and by oa the 16th day of Auuust A. D. 1924, \ t Article 12. Section 17. of
much differ- of 310 miles, ISO miles of whichis vlrtur of that certain final d"" ... of fore at the Banking Hous of the Lawtey Stat the Constitution of the Stat of Florida.
little girl IB just where Sallie is. She little off. It didn't make of less important county datura made and ."..red on July 29th A. D. flank a rorporatlon at Lawtey, Bradford I Relating to the IsauanCe of Bonda by Special

must decide for herself. Your protecting once. He went everywhere and the Billings comprised K24. br" Honorable A. V. Eons. Judge of th* County Florida .. tn o'el.1 a. m. on saul ToPchooi Ol.tr.t and the 'V of a Tat >
when I I than anybody' roadi. In addition to the hard-surfaced Circuit Court of Itraa/orrt County Florida day and date upon the of the following ; .at., a Fund for Paymenth. '
I arms cannot reach out to her had more money the county also has 120 In that certain caw wherein Annl Le stockholder or atoekholder to make good '' Principal and Interest Thereon.

problems arise. Do not be too smug in town. highways, Jon.. joined by J. W .lons. hr huihand.ar the deficiency or ..m.nt made upon his Be It Rolve by the r1.I.t..r.ot the Statr
daugh.I I hum. miles of improved sand-clay reads, eomplnlrfanta and Mattt roo Ion anil hrhuahand or her said, clock ao.lnl to law by the lAth .,f
and leLf-satiufied about your Ted began to Columbia 156 miles of improved Lewi Onion ... dfndanU. the day of August. A. at tan o'clock a. m. That th. follow' Inw amendment of SrI,n
Ur being\ "different" from the rest of : "She laid more eggs than any hen on giving' unrlerBlitneil will off<*r for Bale and will sell I No. of Certificate Owner N>. .f Sharea. Par I 11 of Article 12 of the Constitution of theStat.
Salliefl at farm highways. The county is strategically to the hiirhnt. and brat bidder for euh In and date. Valu. of Florida. ratified at the General Election
her crowd. They are all the located with relation to the state front of the court boo.. door In Stark. Bradford 67 Jan. 8. 1924. Charles heart. Perhaps Knllie's own experience Another little drink won't do us any roads County, Florida. i>n Monday the Int day Jan. 8. 1024. Charles 8 Hill. Five .60000') and the same la hereby agreed t and .h.1 IMuLmitled I I-
truthfully from the harm." road system, in that two of the of September. A. D l' -'l. during the legal 57. Aug 9. 1822 Frank S. Fliiln. Five .son.00 t, the electors of St the
put down I designated by the legislature as first hour of sale, for the purpose of latUfyina.: E. S. MATTHEWS. next General Election of Rp..nl.tlv. to
pages of her own lift, will help your I "Well, how 'bout it? Say when, he road th,. nald final decree the following real I eiitAtaIttiated .T W. ANDREWS.A. be held In the year 1024 ro .aI otrejection.
! Kaiiio to nuun before she rushes continued pouring a secqnd drink I to be completed in the state-wide In Bradford County. Florida toNI -." : W. SMITH. I' That said Section ahall ramended .
: d ..,. I buildingprogram run through the of S'j of SW',, of block I South R. R THEDE.H. so lie to read as follow :
headlorg; ; ';tthe; cataclysm that from tne IIasu.13ottoms Fort Myers panes 2 LaM belnx X2' ft N and S. and C. WIMBERLY. S,ctH.n 17. T I-wlilntnre. may proMr
to-day for every young girl. up" directed Ted and I town Valdosta Ga., to MO ft. F.' and W. to center of ntret.: ale,. Board of Directors of th. Lawtey Stat for special tax .hol dl.tc. to Issue hon,N
yawns and Ha. Thin road crosses Florida throughthe S" of SU, of block I South Ran*. 2 Eat.belnv Bank a corporation. f," thi txeluMivuse free .choo -
both (clauses went up together I of the state. State 52'i!i ft. N S. and 110 ft E. .A W. within nny nu,h ftneclal 'a aehool districtwhenever .
.\S"'JCO.sO .-YKM AN1) TED down empty at tho same time. central part to center of *tre..t.: .1.". a piece 32 ft. N.snl 5-II.StB-8. n majn-lty nf qualified elector
U11.LLINGS I Koad No. 1 the Old :Spanish: Trail, 8. and 310 ft. E. and W on South aide NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 'thenof who are freeholders ,shall vote 'li
"You're a goad sport, Sallie" announced I border-line of SIft of Sit'.'. nf Block I South Rand t favor of the Issuance of such bonds. but no
Northern UNDER
SECTION 575 OF
said the THE
I "Let's get out of here, Sallie. Ted "Give me a drag." He skirting Fait : al o. a piece 32 ft. N. & S. &1\11: ft. I b"nd thall he issued here-under which sha I
Ted Billings, ax he cut in on a dance. passes through from Jacksonville to K:. W. on N. lid* of S'i' of SEV, of cald block GENERAL STATUTES I ." .1. together with the existing Indebted
: divine took my cigarette and I lit another Pensaeola. 1 South Range 2 Feat: abo. commencing on Notice Is hereby given that W. E. Torode. I, nma of such special tax school district 20 percent
! The orchestra was playing a from it for I enjoy one after a drink a line parallel with, the S. A. L. R/ (formerly purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 142. d.t the of the aa es ed value of the taxable property .
fox-trot and the sitxaphone watf laughing j I the F R. N. R".I) 32 ft. Northerly from S day of July A. D. 1922, haa .Id'' of much dl.I.le according to the lest assessment
I I more than any other time. EVEN STEVENI SW comer of NW'/i of blockl. South Ran. certificate in my orTlc and lisa mad application for S.. County purpose prior
\ like a big fat man. the I EaMt. thence run louthernly laS ft. parallel tor tax deed to issue in accordance to the burning such bonds Any bonds issued -
"Duck out the Bide door before that ] "I say Sallie, did you ever see son of Erim Tim by name, boarded with laid Railway. thence banternly: at right 1 with law Said certificate embraces the fol I hereunder .h.1 .n. payable withinIhlrt
he'I been running lady in the moon?" Ted must have I anilr with old Railway 310 ft.. thence lowing deaeribed property, aituated, 'In ,. years rrm issuance In annual -
bird breaks on UK; earlier for he was a street car, All seats were occupied Northernly and parallel with said Railway. ford County, FI.ld. to-wit: Com at B..d-I In..lm..n. which shall commence not
you all evening." I nodded my head. hud a few drinks I 1 except one, in which a quite lee ft.. thence Wentemly to point of com lot In Lawtey S on W. aide of more "... after the date of issue
and with a talking rather slowly-more slowly mencement. All of above described landa" containing st. 105 r to a pt of thence W. at Each annual Installment shall b* not 1.*.
We danced hurriedly |I grouchy-appearing mand had! seated three aero., more or lean, and belnv' angle 1 State St. b.. thence S. & pa..I-1 than three per cent of the total amount of
purpose, the width of the ball room, than befQre. I|: a pet monkey next to him. Finally part of the Simon J. Tempt Sub-divUton of I tel State St. 4 ft. thence E. at the isftue, Whenever any atich special tax
the door still keeping "No, I never did. Show it to me.Won't landa" at TempleaMill., .. of record in Deed entries to State St. 100 rt.. thence N along school district haa In favor of the Issuance -
\ and out through ?" I begged. Tim walked up and pointing at the Book C" on pave 424 of public record ofBradford side, of State St. 4ft to the pt of beg In ..W'I of such bonda.special tax for the

.J time to the music an we crossed you I monkey, said: County. Florida. I ness Iota In Lawtey W. of B,... Sec. 23. pavmi'nt of the Internet on said honda and th*'
porch. Hero and there in the "Will I ? Can a duck swim ? How- but has this A. 8. CREWS.Special t. S R. 22 E.The maid land being aaaessed at principal thereof aa the same shall broom'
the I "Beg pardon sor, Master In Chancery. I ID. the date of the iaauane of lueh certificatein due and ....hl.. .h..1 be levied on the c".bl.
I ehudowH couple were grouped In ever, you'll have to do everything gent paid his fare ?" E KNIGHT. the name of Unknown Unless said certificate property district voting .

pairs and they called out gaily to us say." lie looked at me. "Are you I Without word the grouch pickedup Solicitor for Complainant. S-l.It-H-29 .h.1 be redeemed according to law tax issuance in accordance with law providing. for
a deed Uaue thereon on the llth day ofAugust. tho levy nf I.... and such tax shall not be
1. an we liluaed.t game 7""Righto the monkey nat him on his knee MASTER'S SALE A. D. 1924. applied to any purpose other than the payment .

t Ted piloted me by the arm to his ; go ahead." We faced the I and Tim took the seat. After a few Notice la herby given that under and by Witness my official aignatur. and seal thIs of the principal and intoreet of acid
distanco I I, vlrtur. ot that certain final decree of fore the 9th day of July A. D. 1924. .
; car, which was parked quite a moon. It wan sn lovely and seemed to blocks Tim asked: elnaur. mad and entered on July 29th A. D. O. W. ALDERMAN.

from the club at the edge of the golf.,i be getting prettier every minute. I 1924. by Honorable A V Long. Judge of the (Seal! Clerk Circuit Court, A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment .
Circuit Court In and for Bradford County, Bradford County Florida of Section Y of Article 7 of the Con-
course. "Now, Sallie." Ted commenced, Florida. In that certain cause wherein' D. 15. By C A. KNIGHT. titutlon, of the State of Florida. Relatingto .

,, i "I always stop here" he announced; the lady I'm the man. You Presidential Nominee Knight l I. Complainant andI. r. Wynn la Deputy Clerk. Census and Apportionment
"you're 7-11-61-8-8 Be Resolved by the Legislature of the State
besides ilefenilant. the unrieniicned will offer for sale I
and
''a good place to take a nip, mustn't move." lie tilted my face up On Dry Ticket soul will ell for ca.h to the highest and belt I of Florida:

iis nice and cozy to be away and continued. "She's on bldol".. In front of the court house door In IN COUNTY jmr.E-8 COURT. That the following amendment of Section
t Isn't it toward moon Stark. Bradford County. Florida, on Monday BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. :1 nf Article 7 of the Constitution of the State
I from the rest of the gang. the right hand side and that cloudy I the lat d.y of September A. D. 1924 .| IN PROBATE. or Florida relating to Crocus and Apportionment .

1 old dear ?" He squeezed my arm and spot i II her hair. She's old-fnuhioned during the legal hours of ..1.. for the pur IN Re: Estate of be. and the same I.. hereby .". to
down the ruwe of satisfying taiil final decree, the fol 'JOE DUKdUfEKL deceased and .h.1 be submitted to the .1..1. the
l opening: the door, we nut on /Sullie: or she'd have it bobbed" I lowing. real rotate situated in said Bradford FINAL NOTICE. ltnto Florida for approval or ... at
of his beautiful closed car. County. rlorida, to-wlt. I NOTICE 13 HEREBY the next General Election of ,
back seat His hand still cupped my chin I GIVEN That th.underaigned J".nt.lvP
l I. hi Id the Unit Tuetdav
; he produced a flunk and I I .Vnrtheant quarter of Northeast quarted of will on the 6th day of September. > .
Instantly giggled. We were having a /good\ 1 tun. # Sittinn, Ten. In Township Seven South. Range A. D 1124 present to the Honorable County Monday In November. A. I). 1924 : that I.t. i I.
from the pocket of the car a bottluand I "'IVenty-one Fa t. lea> three aorea In'Soulh- Judge of County hr final say. that Section t of Article 7 of thCiinMltutiun ..
attention now .Sallii*; thi" > i of the State of Florida
"I'uy ,
beamended
gluMscs. "See, what a .t corner thereof return :-rd.n vouchers'I- Administratrix .h.1
two
affair admonished 1',1. sold Ted a serious CREWS. of Jo Du..h..I, I \
thoughtful little boy I am ; her made Special Master In Ch.n.*..". I I eeaited. .at said time and there make. 3. The Legislature that .h.1 meet
"Now nee profile you've In session A. and .
you 1,124. that
"cold gingtir-Hlu for the ladies. <.I. I.q.29: ,application to the said Judge for a final aetittvment ""Ia Q.I th.
feet out her hair, there's her nose umi I nf her administration, of said estate halt meet ePI ten y.r thereafter shall
I propped my silver-slippered remember Sallie thualan's f I !;ITIK1AIPI: = I('%TIS FuR T.\'{ DEED aa such administratrix I and for an ordtir discharging apportion th. Representation in the Sematonnd .
mouth
the little sent of the car and sighed -- now ITMIKH; SECTION: 97$ (IF THEGENEICAL. her ad much administratrix. shall provide' for thirty-eight 134: Sina-
on on the other side- and then | STATUTES. i i Dated thlit :3rd lny, of July A. D. 1921. ',.nnl' I D ntrlcts. much Districts to be aa nearlyiiuil
contentedly., In ,pot,,intiin! I( nt I practicable. but n
!li.-i )ly m tlciIK trKen$ that D W Moore ORTELLA CISKOWSKI.Adinini.tratrix : .
lips 111I'et- I '-, n'" Khnll l>. dlviiliil in makintr *
.r : nuch
j ; n
Hailed! full and clear followed piiichaMi, r "t tai sale eertiflcatea numbered i of the estate ,
The moon and each DUtrlct
ahall have
little clouda lie klMHod mo."Sallie I n-inrilMly,, jr and :!18. iaaued hy the Taut or Jut Durschert dcccusil. po.lonm.nt. ,nn-
of : at the same time the LeBmladin
by a cnUugo: soft feminine I, c ": 1 i. r ( I3rIf'ruI' l County Florida, said A. I.. ADKINS S'nal..r ,
clime a voueI : Mhall also apportion the Repnfentatiin
puffs !.f dusk-blend chiffon 'ho', ; : ,0. ,ic :ililnl Inly, : 3rd. 1022haaIllifl IAttorney.. 74108> "
that were soft looked quickly to the side of the cur ; ali rtiueatte<,. in my office and haaI I the House of I.p..nt.th.. nnil oh.1 o'
uf bride. A In-A thice i Ml to ,,.. t1
from the trousseau a nmi1.. .hcation, ( deed I IN CIRCUIT COURT. BK VII- '
Anno Codilington was standing then I : in i or tux to issue InUM'rlanrc I live mi .r "pnpulotis and two i .
breeze played in the palms: it even I with law. griND COUNTY FLORIDA.BRADFORD ro""al. .
,
clouds and No telling how long she had been im *u,d tirtlllcnti. r.'nisctisely embraces the COUNTY BANK R..n'.lva to .rh ne\t inhl.i '
reached up to the little fi II u ,lAnilH, In i A CORl'OR '\TION.PLAINTIFF. I populO oounU. and one Rl..n''.'
onlooker. I had rat ..1r it had been anyone ; rut llrndfiird County. Florida. 'I L t .r I I"w
faster across .n'"loln.
thohi faster and i u.* d I lit date or the
curried > 'issuance of such eerlurUni ** the .
tnu[
I but Anne.I I I tjiti ut ".h approtinnn'.lnuli
[ NOTICEVS.
, I 'in thy namru re p .tivi-ly hereinafteri the full ti> tRci'rn.tntntlon ".
the sky. i, i ..rt".tll.ly s,'t forth 'to-wit: "I..u.. 1l'lnron .
I wondered what Ted would uHe Seoul, and ".
I.
Ted E. W. .
out of it Interrupted I. r illcHti Nu 217 embrace one A. on N.'n.h WIJ.m of
: ,
"Snap at regular iM-nslnn "'
!laughed indifferently and elinili4 of NE% E. of Railway. DFFFNDUjT.TO Rp..nlalv. .n.
passing: me a tall itlauH. "That's tin<- l !4c. M. TJI, T. a. R. '13 E. 1 ....... aaaeaMil THE .\ ) r rTE"Vn\NT .the '. any of the time herein .1 I,'
Clime nIT nil English out uf the cur. I could have died f ______ I Harriet Odom.Certificate AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED: "n.te. I oh.1 he the duty of the Lefflxl..
Sullic. 1 iieI ,,
,: I Scotch,that heaved into port." I (Continued Next Week) I No. 2.8 embrace* Jots s. a. 1, K. 'i 1 aht"hn bo-h of you are mention' of 1."I.I.lur.the Leirilnture succeeding. either such In speclnl reir'itii-, ,.,
vessel Just clued suit was
and 0 or blk II 4k Iota 10. ii. 12: of nlk 18I'n rl.ltr: regular .
I sramon l Sec styled court on the llth "IK'.lon
Hampton
19. Tp 7, S. R. 22 z:., a*
In the Senate '
c.: 1 ........ A. A. McDonald.! i August A. D 1U23 and nn this ,. House of Reprn'uttaiiv
I ulichth matrimonial adventure I I CJnlvu aald certltleates anal! bo redeemed of attachment haa been duly I.u.d th.r.inand o as herein ..rvld. The preoedir.iiKtilae ,
TIlE MILLION I her according levied bv the sheriff of Bradford Federal or ." Stl. census whiclever
HY to law, tan
CAHS dwd will Uau thereonon ootnl"I
FOHI1
i and local person have dlstinKuitthud fAvTo".TO.jI : ) the IHth day of August. A. D 1924 I no..la. on the 20th day of June A. D. 1924. thnll have been ... ... anv ni,

t, Announcement of the Ford MotorCompany I her a* the oldest bobbed-hair enthunii II P Fans of Clinton :M,, n the Witness 14th day my of nRfrlal July Hnature A,. O 1924.and teal this : Bradford*county following Florida deaerihed, TO-WIT real: .I.t In and,pnrtlonment In th,. H.MHO of R.1..n'.tlva Rp..nt.lv.in.,the shall S'n.t.c"trl -

that the 10,000,000thFord i in the United States Rev Abner the Presidential nominee, named by tl;. \LDERMAN, I West half of Northeast quarter of North- .I .in milk. nv any HPporio"m.nt In tt.uvoflt .
( I 1 also I least quarter nf Northwest quarter, and thai th< Ligliilnturu ... n
to light Methodist minister and the Prohibition Party Convention IS..II) Clerk Circuit Court. .h.1 ,
brings JuneH a
car had been protuced I Bradford. i I East half of the Routheaat quarter of Southwest the repiixontatlon In Legislature ,.. numd "
fact that these 10 I CiMifedtMittv veteran, performed the at Columbus O. He 11 an nnlrnt C County Florida. quarter. In Section 29 Township 7. ,. by this amendment the Governor .h"I'!
interesting By A KNIC.HT.Deputy .
the Model I I dry worker and several times been South Range 22 E within thirty day after the adjournment of

million cum. all are the famous I ceremony. __ nominated for Governor of Missouri 7-lB.Kt-S.15 Clerk. I Also Lota Seven and Eight. In Subdivision 'th.. revular .Inn.. call the Legislntun. t- .
L of Southwest quarter of Southwest. quarter get h,'" In eMraordinnry i Neitsion to CfinHid r "t1eetinn
. T. I 'lIlE M FsfKUY; OF Till At.ES: I by his State Prohibition PartySays !NoriCK SIP APPf ICADON Section 20. Township 7. South rang E. '," of renppnrtionment and such itranrdlnary -

Tho Company from Its organization The colored brother who had I UNDER SFmoN In FOR OF T"TilE\ IlLKD Also Lot Eight of 1"1 EI.ht. InLn.oln 2 session of the L.I.I.'u... is hey,'.
City In' Hotithhalf, mnnilutorily required th'
1008) kept South..tt.rt.r. I\ reapportion
in (
late GENERAL STATUTES
I In June 1003.: until brought an action for a divorce took I W"I of Railroad tf 32. Township 6.I representation as required by the amemltni. ,'
experimenting to determine upon a the oath and the witness-stand as a Hereby notice la given that li. :M.: Humph I Rang 22 E.I before I. .Iloumm.n ,land such extrai'Hi, '
25- 'rev purahaxer of tax tale certificates number I You and each of yon hereby nnry m .. for ...reapportlnnint n-
standard model. Approximately witness in his own behalf. I Calomel respectively 30. 47. 51. 103. 10H. 144. to appear In said cause on.Monday NtI.FI.I hall not be limited to expire at the end rtwi
t 000 Ford' cars of different models "Now then" began his lawyer. "I 1..1 I : I\.!. 201. 230 -M4. 214 and 2t1 I..d day of S.t..mber A. D 1924. and 'h..I.. 'nty days nr at all until ..pprlonm.n.
I" the full of 11)08!) the Tax' Colle *or of Dradfo J County. < fail not or Judgment will b.nt..d .In.t"n' Is effected and shall consider no buln.
were produced prior to want you to explain in your own way o, Said, certificate. being dated July 'r-.n suih reapportlonment)
f' when the now universally known brought this. lawsuit against I Ird U22 and have Died said eertirlcat) In 1 Witness the honorable A. V. Long Judge
< and Introduced why you Salivates and my ofTIc anil hav m* lo application fur tax a* also fl. W. Alderman. Clerk and the seal A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment
Model T was developed your wile?" deed to bane in aeeoeilnneu, .with taw of this Court at Stark Florida, this the 21st to Section 1 of Article 9. of )
Popularity of Said eertlflea ream..th uly emhrat ... the day of Jun. A. D. 1924. II
to the motoring public. "'Veil Muh, Haiti the plaintiff. "I < Constitution of the Stat of Florida. RiHting <"
L told in the following lands l In 110'! ,.It">- | County, TlorMa.aaseased a W. ALDERMAN. to Taxation and rinance.Be .
'.r the Ford Model T. Is best wux plum dtlIplratl-that'K! why. Out i Loosens Teeth at the 'lat. ot the fes'lanc of ,",'h (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court It Resolved by the : of the SPa'.

i. following record by millions: woman is mouty nigh run me crazy." I certlflcatt In the .n.m"* reepecttvely. hrin- By C. A. KNIGHT of Florida r1..lu.
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1 after particularly let f ,rtn. tuwltC.rtlrtcat Deputy Clerk.2710t.829 That the following amendment of Section
Car No. DaleOct. "How hat the defendant in this case No. 10 cmbraeoa SWV See y. 1 of Article 1. of the Constitution of the Stateof

1 1 1. 100S almost deprived! you of your reason ?" I Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E. 160 acre*. aaseased IasauiWilliam. Florida, relating t taxation and financ.ia ,-
I Next Dose of this .. NOTICE OP ELECTION
The Very tr.
1,000,000 Dec. 10..015\) "Why, boss, she lawks no much. I C rtiHeate No. 47 rmbrajn Svi of WU., ofi V.HERFAS. The Legislature "f 1923 um! electors hereby .trN t. .h..1.b submitted or reject to ..

2,000,000 June 11, 1017 Mawnin', noon nn' night, she tawksjes' Treacherous Drug; may i NE', of NE... Se*. 2. r"|.. I I. :S.: P. 21 E. 15acre. the Constitution of 1*.'5. of the State of FlorIda. .- ar the next Ih.general election of Represents.

j April 2, 1019 conntnnt. She wilkes up out of a Start Trouble | .. ......... W. E. Crilfl' ( did paAS five Joint Resolutions pro_. lives, to b* held in the year 1924 : that liay "
8,000,000 ] t CertlAcat No. SI rmbrace* All SEW it I amendments to the Constitution of the that Section 1. Article 9. of the Canal,
I 4,000.0(10 :May 11, 1920: sound sleep to blim-blam at me. Shewon't NWt( NWI4 of -IV/'i S. *f River fwe 24. Iin... of Florida and the same were .. Patio of the Stat of Florida, tread
1021: I Tp. 5. S. R. 21 E. Id) acn., rrseswd 'C. B. to by a vote of thre-nfths of the .n follows b.m.nd'
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28. vittles In
8,000,000 May let me cat my peace. I You know: what calomel i I',. tt'n mercury Handley. I elected to each holme that tb.1 vote on said. Section. 1. The Legislature shall provide f, r
:May 18, 1022Jan. : minute wen dat womnnaln't Certifleat No. S2 ..n'rsuo. All N'6 of SE'i I I Joint
0,000,000 Dey ain't a r imickailver. Calomel Is dangerous, I Resolution were entered upon their respective a unior and rate of taxation except
12. 1023: will her A NH of SWV S. ot Diver., 8ee O. IP. 0. Journala with the yeaa and nays eua for rat or ratri
tawkin'. She pesters me crnsW into bile like .1.1
7,000,000 It Hour dynamite. :: R. 21 E.. 40 acre, svewcd 1. R. Handley.Certificate thereon and they did and directthat on intangible property, specIal raIn
8,000,000 July 11, 19 3P.OUOOOO tawkin' 'twell I done got HO I jest erarnntnff ami. sickening you Calomel 1:1. No. lOt embraim Nr:'<. of !NW% the said Joint d.t.n.h.lon. submittedto or r..shall not exceed five snllla on the 4.! .

Dec. 26, 1023 natchelly can't stand it no longer. I I attack. the bones and should never bu' NES. See, Id. Tp. 75, R. 21 E. 10 acres the electors of the the General lar aaaeaaed valuation of such Int.Ibl. .".-
Into ,,tem. mo*eased Barnard A. Dike.Certificate Eleetlon In November. U2. property, which apeeial rat or rates.the .. .r
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10000.000 June 4, 10:! I.t got to get shet of dat twakln' nigger- put your y No. 11111 em'ieice. 'U of SWU I NOW. THEREFORE I.H CLAY CR!.W. taut eollccted may be ai-
.---- out of mind." If you feel bilious, heaMrichy, oonati-'I of SWS Sea. 17 Tp. '. *. I'. 2i E. to ere. FORO. SfCretarv of State of the of portioned.by the Legislature.frm.and shall be exclusive
woman or go: my ami .all knocked out just to aannunl W. O Seal. Slt ,
\VKHrt: EIGHTH pitted gn Flord.do hereby give notice that of all other State, eounty district sri I
WOMAN 'It Here His Honor on the bench your druggist and get a bottle of Doil- Certificate No 14mbrae<" WI'L, nf 1:1of. I r.ENERAL EI.ECTION municipal taxes : and prescribe such 'i ilatlons .
HUSIIXM! ; illS AOE 13 96 took a hand in the inquiry: on's Liver Tone for a few cents which NEl C EH of NW t.. of NE14 Be*. will b held In each county In Florida on as shall ....h.1 just valuation .a '
Tp. 8. S. R. 33: E.. O acre*. asae.aed. Un.
I 111. I Tuesday" next the ArM Monday In uropvrty both real and personal ..
? harmless substitute, for .uc.ln1 .ptilo
lo .she talk about i* a vegetable .
herhall' "What < November. A. .. the such
Biloxi. :Miss., July 27. Having an,1If old Tuesday, b property aa may be exempted bv ".
l.rt'mony.Ii'll.! "Jrdgc, .suh dat's Jos' de trouble- dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful AN EXIULAKATIXa EFFECT inc theFOURTH munleipal .ullon. literary intifle. 1hol"u -
the
bobbed for liver and
it ilwan't atari your I DAY OF NOVEMRER or charitable purposes.
bottle of Ilcrblne the shelf
Mary Sander 71. and A. J. Fuller she don't never ny "straighten you up better and quicker A on at for the ratification or rejection of the said vo"cast In compliance with said pr.
i is like having doctor in the hnurc'
boron a Inint Reaolutiona
: propoaine amendmenta to the posed and the deelarntionit
Confederate. calomel and\ without making
0 06, both inmate of the Tallahassee The Florida state than nasty | all the timo. It gives' instant relief when Constitution of the State nf Florida via: ..m..dm.lb..t. thereof. shall.ny.subject*"'

:., Soldiers home here were publicly school fund now has in triUedire bonds I you tick you just go back and get yourmoney the digestion gets out of order or the A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoalng an to the sam. .ulatl.. and "Irlo. .
Amendment Article IX ..
: to of the constitution i'
: .
: several
the of bowels! fail to act. One or two doses IS prd. .n.rl .Ielo.
I married! in presence l2.n5S.6tJ7. This was disclosed by Don% take ratomel''. It makes you : of the Stat of Florida Relative 1 Taxation SIl. Florida
I hundred' persona today. The !groomt the I all that is necessary to start thmm moving and Flnane WHEREOF. I have h....
Governor Hanlee at banquet sick the next day: it \lone* you a d"y'aI TSTMON
l husband of MM. San- and restore that finn feeling of exhilaration Be It Resolved by the Legislature nf the S"1 unt affixed the Great Be
I IVxUon''Liver ,0
; was the eighth marking the close here of the Florida work. Ton. ttraightennyou ; and buoyancy of spirits which i belongs of Florida S"1 of Florid at Tallahassee th'

ders. State College summer school. Thin riht| up[ ant you feel great. No to health. IV-e 60c. That the following amendment to ArticleIX e.pitl. .hl the fl day of July. V
half century salts Give it to the children only perfect of the Constitution of the State of Florida ..
Although well 1 putt amount he !said compared to SI.! O'J.. I because neeesiary.it i I. perfectly harmless and cannot Sold 1 by relative to Taxation and Finance, to b* 1124. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.

marK, the hrldc net a new pace when /ft7! in bond held In the fund on Jan ALL DRUGSTORES numbered Section Eleven I 111)) of said Article i SEAL Secretary fo Stat.
salivate.
hail her hair bobbed for I I IX b and the name 1 hereby .. to and
eagerly 811&101
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AUGUST 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR 1PU. STUUCE, FLORIDA
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\nho."eeTbc) state supremet 1)> January 1 on the stretch of the I alb',. :tnmattlGlElfi9ilk: INICa\TOOtfrJCK ,
ulflriiwd\ the circuit court of jD..l" highway between Ocala and 1 OHBUWHwctoMnflwiH 1I Clearwater Pinrllns county's a allure line. Captain (C. U. .''Ol"' min

[iboro county. in the case of Frank Lowell, if a ...ti .t.i..'toii bid is rt'ceh- I K I speed cop" squabble has. readied the command of the craft.OrlmtdoA. .
e} who was ivlctod of first de- ed on August :JJ: when bide will Deepened i News of Florida in .i'.iorf Paragraphs K I circuit cortrt which IIIH, fanned an al- I i 57.
;murder with recommendation tom covering this stretch .. 'iitintni' writ of in.uuliiinUH migalnet HiU, of Winter
of the i the Garden, is dead as the result ot a
road between county commissioners' requiring i
y. here and
Gainesville. [.L i vetate News j \1"1to approve or show cause", for refusal i! blow on the top of his head while
art Myers The old Leon hotel DeLand-The board of governors to approve bond of deputies of playing baseball with the Apopknj
W pass out of existence the first of the DeLand Commercial club adopteda Sheriff Llmfeey who have been ap- j team at Winter Fark lie told attend-

e Btember. The entire building is to resolution requesting the city commissioners pointed to enforce laws against. speeding I I antu at the hospital whore he was carried -
b ebuilt and remedied into a struc- to employ the services of Told by Our Exchanges. I over the county's highways The I afterward l that while stooping for
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t i at the corner of First and Hendry competent '- county commissioners hud! I n bull, as he was catching behind the
engineers to make objected to ,
the nee ........ ,,
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str'ets. essary preliminary surveys for add! ------ !methods used by the upvcial deputies but a fast one .slipped pant tho bat,
S I tional r; I E. C. Welsh of I II | and declined glanced of and .struck him just above
bring-S. J. Letaon, one of Flor- street paving, storm orate eating liquirs, Judge Mile a hard! surfaced road leading into to approve their bonds.
drainage and sewerage. Jackson county, was disqualified to the city front' every direction. his mask. He was knocked unconscious
,ri"a pioneers, aged 87 years and dve'mlIths try the cases. II Tampa--Administrator.*, guardiansand but later revived and continued
; !, died Friday night, at the Se Punta GjrdaA municipal i "ectioiwas \ I 8al'.H.IIITwo, real! state sales executors of estates in this sec playing He joined! a fishing party thai
.. IlIr' hospital, from a complication held here Tuesday August 5, t<, Bradentownllillut..e county ship- were closed! Wednesday of considerable tion who have failed tn make returns ,i, next day, but fell unconscious late in
,n from old age. Burial was at decide the question of issuing $121,001of \) I ped 8,331 solid carloads of products I importunes.! One was the purchase and file accounts for this year and the afternoon and died.
nter Garden. bonds for public improvementswhich : during the fruit and vegetable season I of the Frank Malthy propertyon ) who fail to do so before August 1 will :j I! -
anfonlThe Southern Utilities include a extensions of the watt::: '( just ended, accenting to figures complied Alain Street liy. Frank Walpole for hll\'o to answer citations fur contempt :: Milton-. New sources of tax"i'.!ion,

wJrnpany has agreed to sell its and sewerage systuma, ,tdie.unal'1: )r<, by tho transportation companies II'I j $2a,000.: This property adjoins the of court, according tu an annoumicement income and inheritance tax, a .uervoraiue -
gas protection C'IUI.lIlIl'ISlid the polio Calhoun and McCull( block recently by Judge Julian' L. Hazard. A : (tux, rl'hll'tLiun, of homestead
Tjpllnt>> to formally the city accepted for $100,000.by the The utiliStitts of. / of several of the most important t;'I vegetables 'I purchased by Mr. Wai pole and gives law enacted by the last legislature and exempdoim, ore among tho things
ittot was streets. cord compares with last season's to-I' him a combined. frontage of neventy- I requires that these returns from : in which W. W. 'lark will be interI .
company at the meeting. of the | tal of 0e09 carloads. The figures do > live feet upon which in a few weeks estates be made anlluRI1)Ju.llfo Ua<-1 I I' ested and for which ho will work
jfty commissioners.- Kissimmec-Outlook for the immediate not account shipments of less than a he will begin the erection of a live- 1 and said, and it is the duty of the I[ when he goes to the state. legislature
t. Augustine-:Many Kiwanians of completion of the Kissimmvc I i'' solid carload. j story store and office building county judge to sou! that they are next spring as senator from the first
and their ladies here to Melbourne portion of the Oaean.to.I I made. ,district. Mr. (Clark was nominatedIn
juircday Pf'latka night to join were the local I Gulf highway is better than ever be: I Lakeland MIHS Margaret Swlnd.I11. ) TampaAnllouncement is made I tho Democratic primary June' :n. In
fore, in the has been selected as "Miss La here that line Tallahassee-Governor Cary A.
and their ladies at din- opinion of the Kissimmee" eland"l 11 new steamship will a statement to the Associated Press
fnftr Jwanians at Hotel Augustine-by-the a i Chamber of Commerce as a result oJ f to represent this city at A City be started to Tampa next month. The :, Hardee, W. S. Cawthon, state! supurintendent I J Mr Clark also expresses strong opposition -
given St Augustine Beach. I recent development, chief of which I ia; beauty contest. Miss Swindell won | venture will begin as a monthly serv- of public instruction; Dr. Edward I to capital/ puninhmoent and
|B ea, the fact that Governor Uardee has, over 17 competitors in a contest on u,<>, it is .Dinted between Tampa and Conrad!, president of the insti- I says ho will interest himself in aboli-

West Palm Beach-Diaense-carry- taken a hand. Shore Acres dock on Lake Butler, withJ. I Philadelphia, Wilmington, Del., andNew tutlon, and members of the faculty, I I tion of tho loath penalty in )Florida
ling mosquitoes in this section are un.er P. Dorell, Mrs. James Campbell. and :-.; Orleans, but nlnnn anfor it will be guests of honor at tho annual i
complete control, and, there is no Key 'e8tThe fishing smack: Walter Collins, all of Tampa, acting I to be changed to n sailing every ten'' banquet /given the students at the'' Tampa-.Vlthougli toll slates have
danger from the present temporary Edith, belonging to Captain RogerAlbur as judges. She will participate in the days or two weeks. The first nailing'' summer school at the Florida State not been definitely! fixed fur Gundy
[itux of the pests, states Dr. E. In-// )', limped into port the other day Atlantic City beauty contest pageant will be from Philadelphia August 5J I College for "'umlln. Several of the bridge, it in probable that 75 cents
lawson, city health officer. I from the snapper banks of the Gulf'I in September. arriving here August/ 11, the steamerto honor guests will respond to t the for an automobile and the driver and
and now is having its rudder repaired Inter continue on its way to New toast, Including the governor Mr. 10 cents additional for each piiSHengcr
Palutka-Oscar Dobbs has appoint. by a local company. The rudder: Orlando-The city fathers of Orlando Orleans Cawthon and )Dr. C'onradi. Membersof will bo charged! according tu a statement -

|d S, C. Stalling as city engineer to broke far out in the Gulf on the homeward have declined, at least tempor-I | the student, body also will make by Georgo S. Handy, Jr., in e
kssist him in carrying iut the many trip, the captain said, and reached arily, to approve an ordinance Key We t-The Navy Departmenthas responses speech before the local Exchange Club.Mr. .
Itiew projects of city improvement that port with the greatest difficulty. ing crowing roosters and cackling olllcmlly advised! Captain Clark Candy with his. attorney recently
\II\ be inaugurated as soon as the hens from the city limits. It was proposed Stearns, Commandant at the Seventh Fort Pierce-Application) will be held 1 a conference with members of the
|335,000 of municipal bonds are sold I St. Augustine-As workmen were in the ordinance to mate it Naval District and chairman of the made at the September meeting of the state railroad cum miss ion it Tallahassee -
: digging a trench for a sewer line from unlawful to keep fowls that were a I Han: Carton celebration, that Admiral State Pardon Hoard by 1). K.: Gris- with reference to rotes and,
1 New Smyrna.::The crew of govern- I King to Charlotte streets human nuisance to neighbors./ No indication Dayton, commanding\ the special serv- wold for a pardon, it Is stated here regulations for tilt hri Fnient: engineers and surveyors completing bones were found. It was estimated was given whether the matter will ice squadron. hits! been ordered to send Griswold Is. serving n six year nentence hero that the speed l over the bridge
a survey of the East Coast In- | that these represent between six and be brought up at some future meeting ono or more government vessels! under': at 1 Km ford, Imposed\ upon) him would !b. limited to about :UO mile's nit
land waterway from Jacksonville to eight skeletons. They were in a remarkable for further action. | his command to this city. for the celebration j in 1U1R' after he hud been convictedof hour.

( Miami, arrived in New Smyrna on state of preservation, con- which will be held! from October swindling a winter visitor on n -----
F Thursday, on board the government sidering their age, which one physi- Bradentownplete resurvey I 8 to 13 in connection with the wire-tapping scheme fallowing his Glllln..villlTho Summer school
[ houseboat Theodolite.lIacclennyCounty. cian of the citjput at hundreds of Of Gulf and Buy waters is under way conviction and sentence GrUwold was this year at tho University of Florida
dedication of the San Carlos Memorial
f years by the U. S. S. Hydrogrupher which I : released on $:>,OU)') bond on' an appealto 1< hall been the most succeHnful ever .
Agent Robert is now in local waters where it will building. the supreme court. After ho had held, according to J. W. NormAn, dean

F. Ward reports that he has visited Sarasota-Sarasota Thursday nightset remain until the resurvey is finished. Lake Worth-Bi.ls will bo put up the cunli bond!, lie tied, and, was of the Teachers' College although enrollment -
two fields of cotton that was treated in motion the machinery to build The work will take in bays and rivers. on August 12 for the openedhere captured Gulfport, MIHB., early this wax 100 luss than lust year.
construc-
and that he could find no infestationof the five hundred dwelling places necessary along the Florida Gulf coast from tion of : year.St.. I Students attending! tho missions, this
boll weevils. Fruit of cotton is to house the people who will Lemon Bay, just below Punta Cords, feet of approximately sidewalk and 351,550, feet square of year totaled\ D'J'J:!\) compared with 102'J
heading much he but adds be here this winter. The Sarasota to Tampa on Hillsborough/ bay, including 0,081 AuKUxtlno Three
very says curbing, which will be the negroes" escaped in tl)2.'l):!: the dean states He mi Id the
that this is due to overfruiting./ I company, for the erection and financ- the Manatee river and the sidewalk contract let by largest Lake from the St. Johns county "prison' students are taking more interest in
ever
ing of home building, was organizedand several bays hereabouts Worth. The authorities farm, and are at large. About (5 o'clock higher education und I advanced, work
Tallahassee-Governor Hardee has about $25,000: subscribed. This city hope to Friday morning W. II. Knulk, nlKhtCuarI work examinations.
rather than review for
appointed O. C. Wingate of Pablo La Belle-Hendry county will go to I have the work completed before op.n.ing
done at a banquet by upwards of 100
who had I released the
of the just men A feature! of the school this:
Beach as constable for district No. 5 Tallahassee In November to help tourist season. Completion
citizens. 1 from their cells, preparatory to giving summer was tho /nurse' In social welfare -
in Duval. W. C. Jones Daytona Beach, Mother\ Florida celebrate her one of work called for In the projects ,I
has been appointed constable for distract Milton-The first products of the I hundreth birthday if present plans listed will give the thickly populated' them their breakfast, was over- work, the IIrut year It has over
powervd, one of the nun threw hisarms been' offered at tin, university, and
No. 12 in Voluaia county He new chair factory recently established materialize. The Chamber of Com part of town ample facilities! of this
around the* guard's, .shoulders, makes the third of its kind In the
1 here have been in the received invitation kind.
succeeds Mr. Sims who resigned. turned out shapeof merce secretary an
while another took hold of his legs, South.
chairs for children. Native woods from the committee' on bands and -
Pensacola-Five persons are under I are being used in the manufacture of orchestras to have the Hondry coun- Fort Pierce-Out-of-season game and the third the took HIM ,gun the After overpowering Tallahassee A total 'if 4,1198 guard
treatment here having been attackedby | these chairs, among said woods being ty hand attend and compete for the killing in St. Lucia county must he negroesthrew took examination for schoolteachers
a dog afterward found to have been I the sweet bay, the gum, the oak and prizes which will be offered "mmuni- stopped( says. an edict passed out byhl.'l'il1' him down the stulrH.and mode dining Ilt2lacrordnic: to figures .
their getaway. Searching parties have
afflicted with drophobia. They are the pecan. There appears to be an inexhaustible ty bands at thin big state event J. R Murilt who.announces his compiled in the state, education
Edna Johnson 15; J. L. Simmons, 13; | supply of such trees in determination to break up illegal Jtlln..out. I ,department. Of this number flIU7/
John :McPherson, negro, 35; Will Hill, this section. I\Ilaml-A dredge has been put to hunting in the! county. Ho has offereda
I Bradantown-Tho U. H. S, llydro- were white ,persons, and 1.0H1 negroes
work in the fill for MIanni's ,
4.;; and a soldier at Fort Barrancas. on pumping { reward of :$51) for evidence of any
of the, t A few ICMH uhnn one-half th >"u tut kingexaminations !
front' grapher property Dcpartinunt "
Tavares-Results have been
far municipal buy
l so $2,000,000 ;person killing quail, turkey or other
Avon Paik-tJeautitication on a ,good us a result of the Buy and Sell park, the work having been started at ]protected game out of season. Tho of Commerce, which now IH performing i ,pushed, the number of
scale never before attempted in the at Home Movement started in Lake the north end of the park. Space between I: i sheriff also says that in addition to duty for the coast iuodetir Sur- scenic Highlands is the proposed county, according to reports of Home tho outer bulkhead and the inner i reward the !state law gives half thu I'coy, Is in thu waters about Hraden- i 27J which went In negroes. Sm, en' of
beautification league which was organized -I Demonstration Agent, Miss Marie I piles to which the outer wall ma'' IJ i lino imposed In such cases to the in- 1 town and will continue off thin coast I rerllficatet were in the "I'rofesKiiinnl" -
here Friday night with attention after 'until a complete resurvey has been > IIIHS, Whh'h entitle the holdersto
rep Cox. The Poultry Exchange Bulletin J tied will receive first j furmur. I I'
resentatives from board of trade, the I is sent out each week to about 60 poultry .1 which a larger dredge will be used in _____ I''i iBnnifay made of the water of t the gulf and tho I teach through all grades of 'IllICit
Rotary culb and the American Legion. dealers and raisers from her office making till, for the park which will -The suggestion that u I I buys' and rivers iilung the !loridii AihoolH. one of. them to a negro teach-:
I in behalf of the movement Miss I comprise approximately 4'1: acres special train be chartered to haul the null roast from Li mon hay at I'linlaiorda >i-i'; 117 first unities wore Issued, entitling -
Miami--An American Legion and Cox reports. tobacco crop from Holmes county is 1| '(; Tampa on llilMioionich I liny, I holders" to leaih practically all the I
drum and bugle corps representingconvention Okerhobee City-Seed beds for fall receiving considerable attention from
Florida at the national in Palmetto Several important crops already are being prepared and local tobacco .growers, C. O. Matron, i''buss' of which lUaruitrc' county fount i u'arurn.tpmmmmtllOm .
11)25: has been approved by the execu- phases of legislation, designed to place, planted in thin county, with the out who made tho suggestion, declared .
tive committee and passed on to Harvey Florida in the front rank of progressive look bright for even more extensive today. It is proposed to operate this I .
( .n,. If:" omwmGlmQClCDm C1CJmmmCDmaIDCDrmm: :
W. Seeds' Post for final approval states as to good roads, adequate 1 planting this fall and winter, says II. special train through to Hahirn, ia., mmmDaltaroumworoa
and referring it to the state depart- educational facilities, equitable taxation P. Peterson, county Bl'ent'O havea the marketing: point of the local ,
tnent. etc., are favored by M. O. Harrison heavier crop of citrus fruits coming and to have this special well placard-I II
nominated by the people of, on than last season," he says, adding' 'led, thereby telling tho world that I
Live Oak-The Live Oak Golf and Manatee county to represent them in I that "the aphis is doing very little Holmes. county la a great tobacco i)
Country Club has been organized here I I the lower house of next session of the I damage to bearing trees. A good deal center.
for the purpose of acquiring a site and i' I 0
In
state legislature. of interest is reported dairy project -
building a golf course. One hundred I Tallahassee-Almost a third an
and forty acres of land four miles I Winter Park-William C. Weir many prisoners have escaped from
emu 01 the city has been selected as prominent educator of the Northwestand 'alatka-Thu taxable wealth of state road camps and the prison farm
the place where the course will\ be do- until recently president of Pacific Palatka has far more than doubled since the first of the year as have

veloped. University of Orgen, has been, itself in three years. The total city been received at these places according -
chosen president of Rollins College,, assessment for the year 1921 was $2- I to state records. These records.
DeLand-Tbo DeLand Daily News it was announced here following a 872,320. The l'J2& assessment while J show that through June 1 I.a there; were
i" making improvements in its newspaper special meeting of the institution's not yet completed will show a total of I received 274 prisoners and that 87
plant. An architect has worked board of trustees. Mr. Weir succeeds about 7000000. Last year Palatka's i escaped. The figures indicate that the .
plans that are being carried out for K. J. Spragus for two years setting millage wan 10 mills. City ofllcial I I number received at the prisons this ---- I

construction of a new front to the president of the college. stat! that the millage this year will year will exceed those of last year, it
building -end other fiiuHiren that will be about 13. The extra millage is I' the present ratio keeps up to thu end The 112 Inh srris' g<- Will rMk" Paper
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give The News a more and Miami-Two young men were sen-
made of
necessary by numerous Improvements the year. 1 IZI; 2. \ferhW.J.\ .
up-to-date home. tenced to ten days in the city jail andto .
pay a fine of $25 and costs by Municipal Daj"tona.-The local League of
Sebring-One of Florida's oldest Judge Stoneman on charges of New Smyrna-Adoption of legislation Women Voters are making plan to An L. C. Smith

i pioneers has passed away in the death flirting with girls and young womenon adding nearly 700 acres of beach elehrate its first anniversary on August
here of S. J. Letaon, at the age of 87. the street. They join a third offender property to the corporate limits of 14, Mrs. W. F.. French haM been .
t He was born February 10,1837, near for this offense, who is serving a New Smyrna, by the city commission placed 1 in charge of the program furl I For Every Need
I Jackson, Butts county Georgia, where ten-day sentence for attempting to and initiation of movements to bring the ix iH-casion.. At the last meeting/ ( '
1 he lived until after the civil war, after flirt with two girls who were leaving about the incorporation of two municipalities the local l< chapter, a letter was read I'

b [which he came to Florida Burial was a motion picture theater.St. in territory adjoining New from :Mrs. Irene (i. Adams, for rI 0 L. C. Typewriters are made with carriages of different
|at Winter Garden. .Smyrna on the East and West, are important yearn an advocate and supporter of
Petersburg The police authorities widths from the model the which take ,
events which reflect the development woman suffrage, who has been elected regular to one ;
e I Tallahassee-The trustees of the of this city have started a cam activities in progress in : to honoary membership. :She m now 26 1-2 inches wide.
internal improvement funi Appointed paign against children under 10 yearsof this rapidity growing section of the 8fi years of age, and l is spending the paper
two supervislors of drainage districts age driving automobiles within the Kant coast of Florida. : summer in the north.
homas C. Hammond was paired! Poll city. Several arrests already have been I These wide carriage models are especially well liked

t supervisor of the Interbay district and made, according to George M. Cosllck ,I Gainesville-August 29! has been GainesvilleThe; city authoritiesare by the typist, because it takes no more force to
IVelpo Pemberton supervisor of the chief of police, who states that the fixed as the date when the qualified planing a clean-up campaign designed I oper-
Dover district, ooth of which are in law holds the owner of an automobile voters of Gainesville will vote on the to remedy untidy appearanceof ate the shift key than it does on the regular model.
': Illillsborough responsible and not the driver when last winter, according/ to Information
.county.Bradentown Issuance of $371,117.70 in bonds. The i The width of the carriage does not effect the
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children: under the age are permitted bonds will be used in providing funds i published here, which indicate
,: Frederick Davis to drive. for civic improvements, including a the work Is to begin in time to put tion of the shift key, because the type is shifted..-not t
Lowry died at his home at Parrish I city hospital twelve and. a half milesof 'I Gainesville. in spick and span condition the
after 56 years a resident of Manatee( I Tallahassee Tampa and Miami street paving and other improve I, before the tourist season arnvcn.... carriage. .
He born have added to the trade and industrial Debris of burned.l and razed buildings
[county. was in Twi-rgi county ments. One that wouldbe ,
Georgia, November 20, 1852, and program by engaging! local effective Is improvement that of .giving Gaines. clearing vacant lots of junked automobile On account of ball bearing construction, the shift key "
work whose
vocational
[came to this stat, settling in this .. supervisors of parts and other trash probably all models with little
'. county in 1868. He is survived by his full time has been devoted to promotion ."A TONIC will be among the first things to l.c on operates very more pressure
wife organization and supervision of the than is required for the
and two daughters. the annual drove's Tasteless chill Tonic' restores given attention in campaign type keys.
this work, according to
:1-+$ Ocala-Work probably will\ begin report of the State Supervisors of Energy end Vitality by Purifyingand VVeat Palm Beach-The United "
about September 1 and be completed Agriculture and Trades and Industries Enriching: the Blood. When you feel Its States war department has given it* The booklet, "The Greyhound of the Office tells

E A. Haynie and L S. Greene, strengthening&. Invigorating effect see howit tentative approval to plans for a seawall more about this feature. It can be had for the asking.
.r. CHILDREN'S FATAL DISEASES: respectively brings color: to the cheeks and how I and fill for a municipal golf -
Worm and parasites l in the intestine it improves the appetite you will then course at Lake Worth, according to
of children\ undermine health and soweaken Tallahassee-Governor Hardee has appreciate lu true tonic alue. I information received her from United: L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
their vitality that unableto T. L. Belsercountyjudge
they are designated Judge Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic is simply Htatte Senator Fletcher and District ,
resist the ducanca so fatal to child We. hold court
of Holmes county, to
The safe course M to rive a few dosca of 29 Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So Engineer Gilbert A. Yun/Cherl/ Executive Offices : SYRACUSE. N Y .
White's Cream Vermifugn. It destroys in Jackson county beginning July pleasant even children like It The blood Ahojt half the land Included in the I
and expels the worms without the alight- in the trial of A J. Coleman Dan needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I proposed development m under water, 120 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida !
act injury to the health or activity of the Killebrew and James Cagburn. The Enrich It. Destroys Malarial! germs and I and it is proposed to construct a seawall I
child Price 35c. Sold ty three men are charged with unlawfully GrIp germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating j and build an attractive golf 1

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; I i I Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville j and opened school here Monday wiitha i L. G. Johnson was a business vfaiot -

I I II was the guest Sunday of her mother, SIIII. Iu! good attendance. rl\ to Sapp Monday and Tuesday.

I i Mrs. M. E. Edwards. I Mr. and Mrs. M.\ P. Dekle moved to LAKE BUTLER

Albert Starling, of Jacksonville, Lake Butler Monday where they will

spent Sunday here with relatives.Mr. I, reside. Mr. Dekle has accepted Lake Butler, Aug. 8-Wade H.
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I $1i work with the A. C. L. Railroad.Mr. Kennedy assistant cashier, of th
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i I II and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as Bank of Lake Butler, is off on a \t-:,ir
and Mrs. R. K. Thede and chil- .
I I !guests. Sunday H. H. Dowling, I. J. cation. Hughes Register is filling h,
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i : --- --- I Ii spent Sunday //.SPIRIA Dukes Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. I place while away.
I l 21)) inul KM! ) Brooker as the guests of Mr l I.ho... ,. i Stokes of
h i Mrs. J. C. Cone. | Mr. and Mrs John Todd were I Miss Maud Wauchula i-
1 I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Perry visiting relatives here. Miss Stok.is .

I 20TH CENTURY CARD CLl'IJ ;;decorating! the table on which /fait I The Lawtey Junior High School be-I I Cannon. I a school teacher of Wauchula.

ENTERTAINED: placed a large white cake ornamented !gan Monday under very promising Mrs J. L. Simpson was a visitor Mrs W. C. Townsend who has bet .

i I with flowers and three yellow conditions, with the following corps 'I Say "Bayer"Insistl! here Monday. '!I I spending a while at Salt Springs f'< .

1 I 11 r. and 1\IrM. G. M. Inman delightfully On a smaller cake there candles'j of teachers: Prof. W. O. DuVull principal D. J. O. Green and family visited i, turned this week. She was accompan

I entertained toe 20th Century candle for the junior member ; Mrs. B. Perkins, Mrs George I For Pain Headache relatives here Saturday and Sunday ed by her little grandson Henri

Ii \, Card Club Friday evening at their family. Yellow and white brick cream Anderson, Miss Joyce Terry and Miss having been summoned to the bedsideof i I Sprinkle.

I pleasant, home. and cake were served by Mrs. Bishop, I' J. T. Moore assistants. There will be I Neuralgia Rheumatism their little granddaughter i Miss Frankie and Olga Priester.who ,
Mr. O. L. Bounley won high club assisted by !Mrs Jim Godwin and. lit- an eight months' term. The enrollment Mrs. Martha Parrish and Mrs. Will .I have been attending the Florid
I ColdsS
I 'I' prize, a bill folder; and Mrs. E. L. tle Miss Loiselle Turner. Tiny yellow was 145. I Lumbago Carleton are on the sick list this week. I State College for Women at Tallahas.
Biggs mnde high for the ladies, and filled with mints were given Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish carried I I
baskets a
Accept only
I week.A .
returned home this
{ leather Commissioner L. H. Hill met with I J; e. see
a fancy score I
t was presented favors. I their infant daughter to Lake
as
b pad. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. The small\ people enjoying this' the county board at Starke Monday Bayer package J: Butler for medical attention Thursday little girl was born to Mr. and

made low and were consoled with a were: Elaine and Elbert I In Justice R. M. Tracey's court which contains directions of last week. Mrs. C. F. Rivers.
pretty party proven Mrs. N. E. Swanson of Pierson
and salad fork and n
; handkerchief
a
I I Wilson of is
Dowling, Pompano
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found
Edwards, Lillian :Stump:; Lillian Stern-I Monday Otis Thornton was
boxes of 12 talilftsAim
H.incly Mr. and Mrs
The "Barer" visiting her parents, J
made of wood. truest prizes '
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spoon visiting his brother W. H. Dowling.Mrs.
and
I, checks
Margaret worthless
Alveraz, guilty of passing
Virginia bottles
1 berg, / ) of 24 and 100-DruggistsAnplrln ;
G. M. Sistrunk Kennedy.
Mrs. ]
were presented to Gloria months Barborn Dukes returned Friday -
A. Z. Adkins Jr., and was sentenced to two
I Ed Neir. I In th. trodm.rk of nwr Wnntifarliin Curtis Bennett who has been
I. j and !Mrs. R. J. Davis. 'Johns, Cleo and Sue McLeod, Katie and 16 days in the county Jail. <>r 1..nu..r101.r, of I d.ltcytic.ctdbusiness from visiting her daughters. Mrs. attending -
r At the close of the game the hostess Barbara Morgan and Mrs. Jessie the citizen military training-
Strlngfellow. Laurie Edwards left a few day
Colley, Betty I
served brick cream and cake, pink and Stewart. camp at Camp McCellan, Anniston
where he secureda
for Jacksonville : this week.
visitor here
I the color of it. Candy was ago Alabama, returned this week. Harold
whit being nOYER-MANNINtt: position with the Jacksonville Mine Daisy Moore who is in schoolat Mr. and Mrs. Louis John are visi-
I served the card tables during the Priester who also attended will visit
on ting friends in Leesburg.Mrs. .
Terminal last Sat-
Company.W. Gainesville visiited here
and
r game. Miss Ella Gertrude Manning Lilly Johns has joined her relatives in South Carolina before returning -

Those enjoying the evening with Mr. Charles Ferrell\ Boer: of Eustis, E. Torode was transacting business urday.J.. M.. Blanton, from out of town is husband at Trilby where he has secured home.A .
I Mr. and Mrs Inman were: Mr. and were married Sunday morning at in Starke Monday. the work with the A. C. L. Railroad. little son was born to Mr. and
located in the Miiller near
Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs N. 11:30::! at the home of the bride'sparents cottage Mri.! Robt. F. Rivers.

I Sternbenr, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning, HAMPTON school building this week. -
Mrs. E. N. Alexander who has been
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk, Mr. and Notary Public Floyd Green performing -
j Hampton, Aug. 8-Mrs. A. A. Futch 1 the guest of friends and relatives here
Mrs C. A. Futch, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. the ceremony. The marriage was 1"i'1"-'
t' I the immediate left last Sunday for Norfork, Va. for several weeks has returned to her
Biggn, Miss Mable Weller, Mr. and witnessed by only
I she will visit her Mr. 1 home in Jacksonville.Miss '
where
parents
Beas- and. the following out of town
Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr. O. L. family
and Mrs. C. A. Bishop. Free Wynn is spending this i'
l j ley, J. J. Truby, !Miss Marguerite Shri- relatives: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strick- I
filled his friends in Jacksonville. \ ''
Rev. A. S. Jones regular week with
/ ver, and Miss Jeanette! Durden, of land, of Waldo, !Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I
I Moseley, of Raiford. appointment here last Sunday morning Revival services will begin at the I II
I Tampa. and evening.I First Baptist church of Hampton on I I :

ItlRTIJDAY PARTY The bride< never looked dress prettier of I I :: ; M. Willis, of Ft. Payne, Ala. Tuesday August the 12th. The services I '
I than she did in her wedding % I'I
who represents!' Hampton Development will be conducted by Rev. P. T. I I '
.j At their homo on South Walnut white canton crepe trimmed with love- I Co. here spent several days here this Taylor, of Dania. :Most everybody I I II IL
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop ly lace. She was a student in the /
street
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week. He will add more machinery to remembers! Rev. Taylorasheconducteda
gave their attractive children a lovely Bradford County high school for a ; his mill in the near future and is very successful series of meetings I

1 I II I birthday party Friday afternoon, little number of years, and has a circle of having a large shed extension built on here last year. He has a hearty wel- tie l I// f 111 .., II I I
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; Miss Mary Harriet Bishop being friends here who regret to see her the mill yard. come. ; j jI '

j three old and her brother, Harold leave Starke. Mr. Boyer i is an upright Mrs. J. P. Thomas I J. L. last I
t years | Mr.\ 1'. J. Pearce, > :Mr. and :Mrs. Wynn spent Ys
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industrious man
I Arthur Bishop, Jr. one year of age. young and :Mrs. O Haynes motored to Monday in Starke the guests of Mr.
The small !guests brought lovely mechanic by trade and is employed ina Gainesville last Friday. Wynn's slater Mrs. F. A. Scott.

presents, and after the gifts were garage in Eustis where the young | Rev L. A. Rawles, of Tampa was a Rev. Windham, of Waldo, will

presented the children amused them- couple will make their future home. : visitor here last Monday. preach at the Methodist church next I

: selves with a fish pond from which Immediately after the ceremonyMr. Mrs. M. L. Watterson, has aa her Sunday afternoon at 4:00: o'clock. I ll lli4

, : they drew cunning toys. and Mrs. Boyer left In their car guest this week, Miss Eleree Hardin, Rev. John Mullady, of Jacksonville, j I ll

r i l' White and yellow were colors used for Eustis. of Jacksonville. I was looking after his real estate here

i Master Herbert Thomas and Sister last Tuesday.Mrs. .
! : Lorene Thomas, of Valdosta, Ga. who D. W. Johnson, and daughter i Iflill)

have been visiting friends. here have Jeraldine visited Mr. Johnson's father, I

I returned to their home. Dan Johnson, of Starke last Sunday. lvE! I,
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: H. B. Wigginis, of Starke, was lookIng f I
after his real estate here this BRADFORD

I County News Items I week. Bradford, Aug. 8-R. E., L. O. and SIXTY-and no regrets \
I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson have motored
Marvin Hazen, of Brooker,
j recently been shopping in Jackson- through our section Sunday.

w-: ville.Mrs. :MrsV.. M. Andreu and son, Marvinare Age should have its compensations It should be
$Ia..ttn Facts Gathered During., the by Our l ella Priest who has been

I Regular Corrci*>ondent. visiting her sons, Herbert and Emry, spending her mother a ,while Mrs. C.in C.Jacksonvillewith Chester. free from all worries and responsibilities of younger

of Green Cove Springs, for several There should be financial worries and
l I Ir Miss Rhoda Bennett, of Starke wasa years. no --
I weeks has returned to her home here
week-end visitor of :Miss Marie Ra-
there for the who
or---
thiis week. born. are none man during producingyears

LAWTEYi J. A. Veen, of Inverness was the Mrs! D. W. Moore, and Mrs. A. Livingston Russ, of Brooker mo- spent less than he earned and banked the
/truest Friday and Saturday of Mr. and L. Sullivan, of Theressa, visited their .
i,, Lawtey, Aug. 8-Mrs. George An. Mrs. Henry Dees, parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones tored through here Sunday.Mr. difference. At any age, it is neither too soon---nor \
: C. :M. Andreu and daughter mo-
derson and Mrs. B. Perkins were vial- Lonnie, Melvin and O/iiji Prescott, I last Monday. tored to Jacksonville Tuesday, returned I too late, to be moderate in all things---and happy.
tore to Starke Friday., :Master Leslie Futch l is visiting his .
'F: I i of Highland! were in town on business grandparents.) Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thursday.Miss
Mri. Charles Dinkins. spent last Saturday. I Alderman. Geneva Harrell went to Jack- Let us explain the many ways

week with relatives in Tampa. sonville Saturday where she will visit this bank 1j
I -- buds Emma McPherson, of Bakur Hampton School friends and relatives. can serve you.

Mri. J. A. Starling, of Jacksonville,,,, county visited relatives here Sunday. Up to date it has not been decided 1, I Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter

pent from Saturday to Monday here I when school will open here, at the' Lucille were in Worthington Satur- .
y. with relatives. J. J. Byrd, of Maxville, visited his trustees are having the school build'I day. Bradford County Bank I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
I I parents, Byrd, ing thoroughly repaired and repaint R. S. Pinkston, of Dukes, was in our I
Alex Howe[ of Gainesville, was the I Sunday. ed.
guest Wednesday of !Mr. and) Mrs. A. section Saturday. I Ii
A. Smith. ''I Mr. and. Mrs. Howe McCormick, of The teachers elected for the coming\; C. M., W. M., C. H. Andreu were Established 1889
| j V 1: Prof. C. T. Lawhorn Mrs. i
Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at the year are: business visitors to Lake Butler Sat-

'I Miss Mattie Harley, of Jackson- home of !Mr. and Mrs A. A. Smith. I H. B. Weest, and Miss Eva Williams. urday. i I i
r. I. villa is upending a.few days, here with I I They are all experienced! teachers and W. M. Harrell is on the sick list. "Bradford County's Finincial Stronghold"EiGIIT.tUTOSMAS11UPS

I her parents. Freda Clink, of Jacksonville ,.pent we have all reasons for expecting:! a \V. W. Raborn, of St. Petersburg j
,
I the week-end here with relatives. successful term of school. was in our section last week.

!Mlsi Rebecca Whitehead returned 1 A.IM. I Mrs. G. V. Philips, of Lake Butler, C'. :M. Andreu and family accom-
home Saturday from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and visited friends and relatives here last panied by his son, W. M. Andreu \

I where she has been several) days with I Blanchard were visitors to Highland ; Saturday.Mrs. were visitors to Alachua and Gaines- .

relatives. Friday. J. P. Thomas who has i
I spent ville Friday.A. : :
Our and
$5 $1 0 Automobile
I Mrs. Sallie Reddish spent the week the past month with her parents, Mr. E. Raborn, of Gainesville was a ON JAX ROAD SUNDAY !
Mrs William Reddish!' moved here and ;Mrs[ O. left
Haynes last Saturdayfor week-end visitor here. 1 Personal 1 AccidentPolicy
end with relatives In Wateroak.
4'1\ last week from Wntcroak and is located / her home in Valdosta, Georgia. S. B. Harrell, of Kaiford was in Gainesville, July 29! -There were
; at the A. M. Blanchard cottage. J. J. Collins of eight automobiles wrecked the covers all injuries re-
James Pitts was transacting busiI Lakeside, was a our community last week. on

I' Mrs. Joe Startling-and son, Myrcll, of I I ness in Hampton Wednesday. I Mrs L. A. Cooke wia a visitor to I road between this city and Jacksonceived by an auto, wheth-
d Jacksonville 'I i Worthington Monday ville by head on collision and one over
I spent several clays last,! P. L. Dinkins of Jacksonville ({ er anothers
I spent turned down an embankment, Sunday yours or up to
week wjth relatives here.
!I ____ I I Sunday here with relatives.C. ZIFFZitT i night. $2500.00'.1
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Mrs. C. II. Bennett visited relatives I
In Highland Saturday R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, was a I Aug. 8-Miss Rhoda Thomasleft Agency Established 1886 Ii '
I I I business! visitor to Lawtey Thursday j i Saturday for Duke where she will I

1 I Miss Eunice Dinkins was a visitor Mra. Troy Bennett, of Miami, is spend a while with friends.J. I 1'1 J. R. DAVIS I & CO. '
to Jacksonville Sunday. W. and R. P. Lewis and S. L. [ : 'I
visiting relatives here for a few days. '
THE WOMAN'S CLUB I Prescott was looking after business
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I Mrs. Dollle Roberts, of West Palm -.---
in
Starke
Mr. Parker, of Highland, was trans Saturday.
: Bench is a guest of her parents, Mr. :Miss :Minnie and Lewis
acting business in town Thursday. Hodges Opal h ,
; i and Mm. W. H. Monday Night 80'clockHEAR
9 Biggs j i I attended church at Deaton Sunday.Mr. .
@ I Frank Green, of Tampa was the SASH I J'
Miss Dora Clark, of Watcrouk was Carroll Atkins and Walton LUMBER BRICK LIME '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dink-i Youngblood, of Brooker, was in our DOORS '
a visitor here Friday. j ins. CEMENT !
section Saturday afternoon. I
James Shepherd of Starke visited jSheriir j' Royce and sisters Lois and BUILDERS HARDWARE '
I Galney I
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W. J.
Epperson, of Starke
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.. friend, here Sunday. Dr. E. P. SMITH Oulda attended the party at Mr. and SHERWIN I
was in town on business :Monday. E.erylhing I
:!\ t v -- I If "Health Mrs. Lewis' Wednesday night. WILLIAMS .
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children, of Specialist"Subject for
:Misses Oneeida and Bessie Mc- Eugene Crosby and Carroll At PAINT, \

''I ,. here Jacksonville with relatives.are spending a few days ,. White!, of Moultrie, Ga., are spendinga kins, of Brooker, were in our section KYANIZE, .: Building end, I

I> li; few days here at the home of their Sunday afternoon. VARNISHES '
I uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. : "The Body Beautiful" MissesOllieamlOra Bell Kelly attended Repairing

FORESTALL Harrell. the party at Mr.I and :Mrs.Youcgblood's CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

Friday night.
/
: Miss Claude Terry went to the St. I :Mrs. Irvin Dyal, of Graham, was STARKE, FLORIDA
l DREADED i, Luke hospital last week to begin a Perfect Skin I here Sunday visiting friends.,

three-years' course In nur lng. I Ii Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis gave a ,
Perfect Figure I
CHILLS FEVER Mr. and :Mrs. I social Wednesday night in honor of
AND I L. A. Man and children !-I
their neice, Miss Minnie Hodges, of
visited relatives in Sanderson'' Perfect Health I
j New River. A large crowd attendedand GET
; Saturday and Sunday. j I reported a nice time. YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

r No one nd naffer the aeaaonal roeorroni* Edward Edwards, of Fort Pierce, j Bright Eye, a Clear Skin, and INMAN
I &
of Chill. and KT r.with its terribly weakening FIVE MILE RITCH
is spending a four-weeks' vacation I
effort. Wintaramlth'a Chill Ton la I Perfect Health Without Lotions REPRESENT
will kill your Chill and take alt the M alarm here with his mother, :Mrs. M. E. Ed- I Five Mile, Aug 8-Miss Catherine TilE BEST LEADING
out of your./item. If you are iblct< to wards. Drugs or Treatments. INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
Raven, of :Madison, arrived
Saturday
Malaria the beat plan I Is to take Wlntormith'a I ACCIDENT LIFE
1, Chill Tonic bfor.hand. It will I II AUTOMOBILE,
fUn prevent dvkipmnt. of th*dill ..*. I Miss Eunice Whitehead returned' i FOB HOME AND STABLE BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
It put rich, red blood into your vna,firing | home Sunday from South Florida, 'II Come and Bring a Friend The extraordinary Boroione treatment
you strength toward.oil MADE PROMPTLY
necouaxy where she three weeks with
Ualarla. I spent i for flesh wounds, cut, sores!, galls, burn

Fifty ilx,......of continued race***hay* relatives and scalds is Just a* effective ia the stable .-- .
'I M in the home. Horse flesh heal with
mad this th. -
atandard tonic In thouaand Admission Free "
of hom. throughout the malarial dwtrlct i I Rev. J. L. Norris of LaCross supplied remarkable speed under its powerful in- (QUID BETTER FEillllZEB BE VIDE WE WOULD HAKE IT"
'c Y of the Unltd Slat.. Central and South the pulpit at the Baptist church i fluence. The treatment in the same for Jal,. litk Pde.ll.t.tt..ld i-.ll.bl.
America and ..U.whr.. animals as for humans.. First wash out 'SIMON PURE" BRANDS" n.-
r last Sunday morning and evening ready, .nn.n. FALL PRICES. Standard .t V
Th* t m eerily I auhnllat Winter- ,! infectious germs with liquid Boroions, Gnwtn. QUALITY tar pee f.oty ,.... wit'Fl.rida
'I'r Tonic and (th.r ar. no bad I IIfxt I I and the Boroiouo Powder completes the Prim. ritkt-qaalltr: nlujd.rd. Net the .h.l-h. th. BEST f.r renlta. -
on the itomach or nra. You 'I 1 Clyde Rowe and Cecil Whitehead I healing procciv. Price (liquid) 30c 60a AU..I prl .U.I INSECTICIDES, 8PIMTEHS. DUSTERS .." DUSTS.
*houldhaTabottlinyonrhom.. returned home Sunday from their and 11.20. l'owder30aanu6Oc. Sold 1
I by
.Is.. 60 conU: mammoth II.! ., ft. popu./ month's I E .0. PauterFertilizerCo, JacluoiTiOe Fbfc
drug itor**. Wintenmitb, Cb.ml / camping in Alabama. All Drag Storva ,

pany, lAG LoI IVIJI., Ky. --'Adv.

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returned Saturday from the University attending to business.G. I

of Florida, where they were students I

e Bits of Local'Information ,@ during the sunfmer term that' :M. Inman was a business visitor II I
has just closed.Dr. to Jacksonville Friday. I t tI


E. L. Biggf has had the front John Powell is the guest of Tom I I II I

fence removed from his. resilience or Limbaugh at Kingsley lake. l.c.:
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North Walnut street, which adds : ;
Concerning Our People Business and :
much to the pleasing appearance of Miss Hilda Struth is at Kingsley I

I 0 o 0 Progress in the County and Town. the l lawn and flower yard. lake "I..itlngIrs.! A. Z. Adkins.J. I


I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett accompanied L. Frazee Esq., returned from n
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i by Mrs. J. E. Mamas mo business trip to Gainesville Friday. '

A. II. Green spent Sunday in Jack Miss Hilda Struth returned Wed- tored to Starke :Monday and spent A tc r -

sonville. I nesday from Jacksonville where she the day with !Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep Judge R. A. Green and Dr. W. It

.-- was the guest of Mrs. J. L. Briggs. person.-Lake Butler Times. Parks spent Sunday In White Springs

Robert Daniel of Sarasota spent -- __ *

Saturday here with his family. Misses Iris Epperson and Fannie L. F. Emery of Jacksonville spent BryantV.. Hodges of Jacksonville,,, J k r

Darhy, of Starke were visitors to Lake I Sunday with H. M.[ Snyder. Mr. Emerywas spent the week-end in Starke with his I

Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, as a business Butler Monday.-Lake Butler Times.A. I accompanied here by littlo Miss wife and baby.

visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. Fenellit Snyder who has been visiting I

A. Hazen, of Brooker, spent Mon in Jacksonville: for the past week. Mr. and :Mrs. Paul E. Canovo and

E. L. Biggs has been in Jack day in Starke attending the August I family are occupying their place at

sonville this week visiting: relatives.R. session of the county commissioners.Mr. Following an illness of seven weeks I Kingsley lake. THE
I little Ethel Thornton eight yours of HARVESTOnce

J. Davis and W. M. WainwrI:ht and Mrs. Freeman Register are I age died Monday morning. The body Mrs. C. B. Oatley, of Tampa In

have purchased lots at Kingsley lake receiving congratulations over the arrival was taken to Lake Butler for inter visiting at the home i.f Mr. and !Mrs.A. again we have the opportunity to observe the
of a son. born Thursday July ment.-Green Cove Springs Times. P. Hoffman.

Frank Pomeroy, of Jacksonville,, 31st. I bountifulness of Mother Nature and rejoice in a rich

spent the week-end here with friends, Mrs. O. G. Cooper and little son, Little Miss Mary Brownlee is at harvest.

:Mix and Mrs. Alexander Dupree and O. G. Jr., and Miss Thelma Snellgrove I Klntfsley lake visiting her aunt, !Mrs.T. .

R. A. Weeks of Brooker, was in children of Citra and John Crosby, left Saturday' for :Macon Ga. Mrs. N. Limbaugh.Mr. Changing teach the of
Starke on business matters Monday,, of Tampa are visiting Mr*. J. T. Cooper has been here visiting at the I -- seasons ever importance over

Jones.. home of her father W. G. Snellgrove' and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews Jr. production during the warm sunshine days of Spring and i
motored to Jacksonville Wednesday I
Call the Highway Market for Summer that be the cold '
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your -- we supplied during
next order of meats. Mr., and Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Ja
will be week-end guests of Gainesville are at Kingsley lake occupying months Winter.. p!.

Mrs. E. L. Biggs has as a recent Mr. and Mrs.[ J. C. Adkins at Kings- the Stevens cottaqro. Fol MioThelm.i ]Holtzendorf has returned

visitor her sister Mrs. Oliver, of Bald. ley lake. week-end guest Mr. and )Mrs. Adkins homo after pending several So with labor---and its returns. During the fruitful
entertained I Wells of Jackson weeks in Baldwin.
Roger :
win. Mr.: :-and Mrs.: D. Beasley and children ville. ___ years of life there should be an overproduction...using aI

of Gainesville Friday Dewitt C. Jane spent two days in : all that is for comfortable and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill! Williams, of were guests necessary living- savingthe
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. and JuukiMiuvillu this week looking after
afternoon of \Mr. and Mrs. O. L. I
Lake Starke.Butler spent Wednesday in Beasley. !Mrs. L Wyman and little daughter,, business Interests. 1 rest for the less active years. .

and !Mrs. Ida W. Tatum, of Jacksonville .
I George C. White state hank examiner There is better time than NOW. Your
Misses Frances and Virginia HaverHticlv are spending the week at Kings- no to start "

spent Mrs.Sunday J. R. Philips with her, of sister Jacksonville., Mrs. E ', of Indianapolis, Ind., are visit ley lake occupying one of S. L. Pock'scottages. transacting, is. spending business.the week In Orlando) I I harvest is rolling in. Save some of it for later years of t

their \Mrs. E. .
ing grandmother,
M. Davis. I
Greeson. M'I I peace and plenty. ,
i Rev. W. F. Dunkle presiding elderof Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams have A
Miss Free Wynn of Hampton was I prl'RchedSunday remodeled\ and repainted their home on
the Jacksonville district
here Tuesday with her aunt, :Mrs. J. Col. D. E. Knight and son Hollis morning and evening at the North Cherry street.T. We help you by paying per cent interest ,
Knight of Starke were visitors to
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T. Quigley. .
:Methodist church. While In town Dr. -- -
Lake Butler Wednesday.-Lake Butler ,
Dunkle was the guest of Rev and Mrs. N. Kemlrick has gone' to North
Congressman-elect R. A. Green I Times. L. B. Simpson. and South Carolina to spend three BANK OF STARKE

was in Lake Butler Tuesday.LakeButler weeks with relatives..
:Mrs. C. L. Hodges and children of I i '

Times. visiting Orlando,several returned days home with Tuesday Mrs. II.after B. Miss Kingsley Virginia lake Week the first gave of the a week campat ,, 1\rl''Walter Alvarez and children The Bank of Helpful Service";

:Miss Edna Manning spent Thurs- ) her
and her guests wore Misses Dorothy of Jacksonville are visiting
day in Waldo with her sister, Mrs. L. Wiggins.Mr. Alvarez Ruth Sternboiir hazel" Howling mother Mrs. Lex Andrews.
W. Strickland. Elise Harriet I __ ____ ___ __ ____ __ ___ __. ._._____ __
of Jacksonville Jones
Oscar Alvarez and .. 'I
and :Mrs.[ --- -- --- -
Ritch and Mary Canovu. Jay Alderman of Waldo, spent i/
Jacksonville have been _
J. G. of
Florida and Western meats. High- son, I I Monday on Starke with his parents ,,r
visiting Mrs. Alvarez' mother Mrs.
way Market. Phone 28. Lalla Chace. I I !Mrs. Wm. Fenske and three children Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Working 4

I, of Havana Cuba, arrived last
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McLeod and Misses Florence Elizabeth and Thursday. They are former residents on filling In the rough Gainesville Bus Co.

children left Tuesday for their homeIn Leila Dea Andrews are in Jacksonville of this section and Mrs. Fenske returned places on Bay street between Call\ and
Ga.Mrs her children In Brad- Madison in In this w !ck.
Pineview Mrs. Em- to place progress .
visiting ma Alvarez.J. their. grandmother, ford High School. W. H. HAYS, Operator

: G. M. Inman Misses Ethel I (;. M. Bennett returned Wednesdayfrom GAINESVILLE TO STARKELv

Griffin and Marie Dyal motored to O. Field and son Charles have Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Harbour and, two Jacksonville, where he had spent

Melrose Monday.J. gone to Newton, N. C. to spent the children of Jacksonville, are spending several days visiting relatives and Graham I Hold 7:00: a m. Lv I Motel Marion 9:45: a.m.

month of August with his sister, Mrs. a month at their Kingsley lake cottage friends !
their Mr I Lv Waldo 7:40'am.. Lv Hampton 1 10:05 a.m. J
Alderman of Starke was a business Cora Carpenter. and have as guest

visitor in Lake Butler Monday.- Harbour's cousin, Mrs. II. L. Solyom, !Mr and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and children Lv Hampton 800; a.m. Lv Waldo I0:25a.m. 1

Lake Butler Times.L. Comer Long and Alvin Beck have of Washington D. C. ?f Hampton: were visits Tuesday -
Ar Starke 8:20: a. m. Ar Gainesville I II 1:00: a.m. '
returned from Anniston, Ala., where ut the home of :Mr. and Mrs. F.A. \

II. Hill of Lawtey was in Starke they were members of the Citizen's Mrs. Campbell entertained for her : Scott. I TIME TAME STANDARD TIME ,
Monday attending to his duties as Training Camp. little friends, Lester Price and Eld- I" SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANCE WIIIIOUT NOTICE "

county commissioner.Miss ridge Robinson, with a swimming M[>H. Roy Roberta and children of

T. J. Howze and family have moved party at Welaka's sulphur springs,,, I Went Palm Beach, are guests at the

Madeline Massey of Tampa to Gainesville the change In residence Wednesday afternoon.-Weleka Correspondence hump. of !Mm.\. Roberta' brother Dr E.I .
Mr. Charles P. Lester, nimiiitaiit I'INK: 1III.I
is visiting at the home of Mr. and account of Mr.Ilowze's in Florida Times-Union, ,. ,. Biggs.
I being necessary on manager of the Universal film Exchange -
Mrs. A. P. HolTman. business I Jacksonville, wax in Stitrkit Plrio Hill( Auif. H--E.! II. Clemensmail.
Col D. E. Knight left Tuesday for hales Elizabeth Brownleo returnedTuesday Thursday business niattorn.Mra. a business! trip to Worthington
on
Miss Laura Wynn left Sunday for I MPH. W. II. Green, of Starke, war an extended business trip to St. Louis from the State Farm where Monday.K. .
Brooker where she has accepted a Mo. He was accompanied by his son, she visited at the home of her uncle
the guest of her daughter! Mm. R. S i L. M. |)..Sha, who IH upending,! II. Green; made n business tripto
to
position as teacher. Johns, for a few days thin week-- Paul I Ernest Knight. Theyxpel.t ,1. H. Dlltch. several weeks with her parents, Mr. Jiirkxonvilli- weak.
Tenn. and i
stop over In Chattanooga.
Lake Butler Times.A. and Mm. Wlllinm Struth, i is RI""dlnt A. K. ireen wa appointed to
Messrs. Brandon and Bill McNair, other points of Interest on their return M",. S. S. Dnwllng and little daughter -
the week with friend in Weld trnn port the jlchool children to
of Jacksonville, were here Saturday W. Wilson of Daytona, Is spending home. I Nettie spent the first of the week -- Flrooker.K. .

transacting business.Mr. the week in Starke looking after Duval County Jailor AI Tucker and lit Kingsley lake as guests of Mrs. J. Mr.' and Mra. \.. K.: 1\llIs'y.t of thu :. II. demon and family will moveto
.K. Kicklitor.
Wilson is former
and Mrs. Alva Tucker, of Jacksonville hilt property.1' a Deputy W. II. Casque, working out State Farm, wore in Walilo, Sunday Cedar Key at an early date

were quests Sunday of Mr. resident of this section. of the office of Sheriff W. II. Dowllng C. A. Knight !I. spending his vaca- visiting Mr. und Mr!'. I.. W. Strick I, Eugene Crosby was her on bu lneiiM l-
land and Mr. and Mr. J. W. Mosetuv.
and :\11'<. J. C. !Manning.The Jay Brown and son, Harold, ol accompanied by members of their tion on a motor trip through Georgia. Monday. '
the state
Plant City, are in Starke this week families, spent yesterday at f'nrl has heard that Georgia. In famous A chicken pilau wn given at the
Raiford.-Jacksonville Mr. and M>M. W. D. Dauicherty and
best of meats In the most sanitary looking after repairs to their propertyon prison farm in for her poache Mra. Iluttlo Crvaaun/ mother of Mm.UuutfhiTty homo of MrR. V. I I. Colxon last' Thurs
market in town. Highway Mar- North Walnut street. Times-Union. for day night In honor of Taulenti Colioii
arrived Tuesday a
Electric Shoe Shop. last Sunday, of FH: Texlla.4everal:
ket, next door to While in Jacksonville Paso attended
viiiit with Rev. and !Mm. VV..E Dauich
Thornton B. Strlnirfollow left Saturday -
!I Misses Daisy Moore and Lottie !Miss\ Hilda Struth and Mrs. 3. L. the social,

Mrs. Barnes Alexander and daughter Warren, two Bradford county young morning for White Springs for Briggs sang a duet at the Riverside erty. R. II. Gruen and family attended)

Miss 'Wilma of Hampton were Indies, attended the summer school of a fellow stay is of pending several days.the Mrs.week-end String-,at Methodist! church. Mra.M C.:J"Tye, Mrs. VVilmnr Iloltlemtorf church ut Sanli Sunday.A. .

here shopping Tuesday. I' the University of Florida. Kingsley lake the guest of Mm. J. Mrs. Reginald. Gray, Allllle'l 0. Currency made a trip to
Gainesville Sun. Mr. and !Mrs. Wilbur Archer of Anna r.'ul&!nflold, of llaitkull, VVorthiiiKton last week
Alvarez
A. :M. Darby and family and DewittC. 1\11'11. S. C. Carnell returned Saturday M. Jacksonville, are spending their vacation Eastman, of Richmond Va., motored !\Irll. itoaa) Knight in 111 this week.

Jones and family have Joined the to her home in Ormond, after at Kingsley lake with Mr and to Gainesville Wedne.<1"y. 1
Edwards and daughter
Kingsley lake colony. spending two weeks with her parents,, Mrs. M. E. Mrs AnnieB. Mrs. J. C. Robinson. NOTH'IC Of ELECTION:
Miss Mable of Lawtey,
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Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Barrett, of Jacksonville and Mr. Mr. and I\I'M., W. W. Iluiidcn. Mr. I. C. I,. IVrh. nmyur ut HUrk. Kith, byvlrtunf
S. T. Dell and family of Gainesville J. D. Carlton of Jacksonville Mm. E. K. Perrymnn and little Don, and Mr*. W. S. Ulnk.ly and Elburt: I tif tin .,,mithurlty...., I la m_ by law
are occupying the Weeks' cot- Miss Lois Colley has returned frortl and l\fJ'll. I Kmmltt, Jr. returned Tuesday night motored to Green Cove ili. "hcrphy Mil .n clMtliin In b* held at Ih.
I of Col. Sapp over ,
were week-end guests town hull In the ifoNMld Iown. br tlw 1411111-
tage at Kingsley lake. her brother Drayton Colley,, From a six weeks' stay with her husband ,
iliad
a visit to and Mrs[ A. Z. Adkina at Kingnley Spring; last Thursday and report that v ul ni lh.r. on
of Winter Haven and her sister Mrs\ in Galveston Texas. thu In the TIKMOAV. BtFTrMtiEri: a. 1194.
I I. of springs
: Harold, of lake. one prettiest for the purpne ,,f eI.l tln. ( tee f llo rln. uf-
J. S. Brown and son Mable Gillispie of Ft. :Meade.! State. n.....
Plant City are guests this week of Mrs. E. J. Dowlinif and attractive On. Mayor
of .lonninux, an
\V. R. McManan.
:Mr. and :Mrs. N. B. Hull. Miss Winifred Lively of Tallahassee experienced pharmacist ise Mitch little twin daughters, Marie Grey and Mi** Winifred [Lively hUll returnedto On.Two M.rnhnl.Ahtormm.On .
-- -- been visiting friends at Helen May of Hampton were visiting A_...ur.On .
Johns has returned who has ell's drug store during the month of Tallahassee after a stay of several Clerk. Trruunr, mil Tat Collator.fiuiMctom l
Miss Beatrice she visited Kingnley lake. has gone to Gainesville August while D. P. Carpenter Is awayon in Starke Saturday afternoonMrs. day In the city the attractive of ..lil .l..tloni J. L. "'..k. A.
from Jacksonville where visit Miss Beth HammergrenMrs. will Miss Dale at her W. Anilwrvwn. and A. II. John.
to his vacation. Mr.' Carpenter guest of Virginia
.
In tMtlmfiny whvrvof, 1 h..unlo auhagrlbM
her aunt, Mrs. Eva Tyson. and Ki,, Homer B. Limbaugh arul\ little East: Main street. Gaineiville .. .:
visit friends. in Jacksonville home on : my nnm amt aaniw th .1! nt th old! town
: A. E. Wall returned Saturday limmee, and will then !go to Cocoa to II"ulCht..r.'Iarjorio: Jean o{ Tullahasiive Dully Sun. t.. ,ho "".,.unlo iltlixl I this' 7th .I., .<>' Annul,
are IM4. C I. IEEK.:
Paul E. Canova and family from Gainesville, where she was instructor visit Roscoe McLane. spent Tuesday and Weilnes- ,iH..h, Mayor ..r N4raeyr.
spending the month of August at their in piano and voice during the day with Mr: 0..0. C. White. It I h. hoped that every farmer who .....ILD.I.rENTAWORD.

cottage at Kingsley'Lake.Mr. summer term of the University of Captain A. J. Thomas came from come to Farmer and Fruit (rower -

Florida. Johnston Sunday and he .,n,,.1 l *' Week at the University of Florida '
and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton his homeat I TclIeRe Agriculture, in Gainesville -
the home wife and baby left for their 666 %
visitors Monday at and! three sons.
were Oliver Zimmerman Starke Sunday afternoon. 1\Irll. August. ll-lfl will bring hiM wife
of Mr. and Mrs. F. 'A. Scott.G. of Pittsburg Pa., are guests of Mr Thomas and oaby had been visiting ''III I a prescription for Malaria Chills and all the children if it 1 ii poHHilile.

and Mrs.: H. M. Snyder. Before leaving Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McKinney while land fever Dengue or Bilious Fever.
Kirk Lewis, of Mt. Dora, spent Florida Mr. Zimmerman and sons will Friend of Mr\ *. Albert II. Freemanwill
at military
the week-end at Kingsley lake with tour the state.MA12r1. Captain Thomas was Butler Times. lit kill the xerm be triad to know that she haM

his sister. Mrs. J. C. Robinson. training camr-Lake sufficiently recovered from her prolonged I .

I '".........'......._.' "" .axm:: r .............r illness. to KO to tnard-on-the- KK IlKNTSix: house with
market '. :Miiis Anna Canova, has returned. to Gulf to visit her daughter :\Ira. L. A. room
our
W. invite you to Inspect G COFFINS & CASKETS 1 bath; all modern convenience G. !
Market, her home in Jacksonville after! a delightful Yates at her summer -Tlme-
camp.
at any time. Highway Irl'E'S :M. Sidtrunk, Starke. It.
f'at
visit to her uncle and aunt U .,
around the corner: from White !. : Q ADd a P 11 Union. I
(HIIOI KI.ITK) Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Canova. Mm G;) U'/- .' Supplii I FOR SALK:-One ow and young

Mrs. M. Leviton and daughter, Canova formerly resided here with a :- Col. and Mr*. J. C. Poppell and children : fhoat. Watnonig, Starke, Route 1
visit C. her parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. K.. hEARSE Box 31 8.1.2t'FORD
Rosa returned Friday front a AUTOMOBILE Ruth Inla and Joseph of Plant
with relatives in South Georgia.R. Canova. She is a talented and accomplished .AJwy on Mad The beat *..rLI City: are Client of Col Popped' .
All Summer Dresses musician having recently returned -'I! *._ at tk. lowest. price 8p.- Pi parent, :Mr. and :\Irll. I II. I'oppeU. UATTfJRIICSatwholeialepri;: : e J

who have from Cincinnati Conservatoryof cUJ alteatloa to Ulecraph. ..r(7(! The Poppell family formp.rll1..d\ Westinghouse high Grade guaranteed -
A. Weeks and family
has been for Ford baterie 13.60. Regular
and Hats in stock- :Music where she EmbalaMr.
RccUtared.
spent the past month at Kingsley we. & here and have numbers of friend who
eighteen month*.-Lake City Reportern retail price 22.50. Shipped charged
<| t
Cl --- glad' to nee them "lIaln.SUBSCIUIJE .
lake have returned to Brooker. reduced pri are
going at I. > ready for car.: Send remittance with
i Qvlaloe That DM Not Affect TW flail DeWITT C. JONES I order or we hip express C. O. D.

Cold Cause Grip and Influenza ces. BenuM of It. teak end lai> LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: TaI>IeU ,.m....* BROMO QU.VI.NC I (?Dtou> ca h. lam G 1
without c.u>'ln, frrrmnniMM or ru> lnla n THE TELEGKAI'H( Fla. 7-lS-4t.
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PAGE SIX RADFOR COUNTY TFLEGRAPII STAHKE.. FLORIDA 1 FRII1AY. AUGUST 8. 1921.

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: STONE MOUNTAIN j'i To must aura b.ceaftlvenaaa mm. then a the pun "", .. .. plorer, la accused in a Berlin courtof
1 a' I ; must contain tonic all... stealing from the holy grove in

!FARMERS i cathartic propartMM.Tutt's ; Liberia the 'Sacred stone of the
FARMING [Thi
and : I medlcra.1 Week alligator without any fail"

'ITS: MESSAGE AND I Tribes of the African West Coast

_u .. .. It- have worshipped that sacred: fetish
th.. qualities, and for years, and want it back, to
FA KM El 3 AND 1RUCKERS AUK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE rmmtor to lb. ...... t sir ', bring them luck.Schomburgk .

ARTICLES (IF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND \!i ITS MEMORIES I fiuwaea says he bought the

''10 HE HES1' SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. no more. And now it is ready to clasp fetish for $0.
w 'I Only those NOT afraid to walk
'.' forever in its heart of those ,
----- gray gray-
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I : : "I I (By Calvin Driggen of Plant City '''I clad heroes and to portray its destined i I under a ladder or sit thirteen at
table have a right to laugh at the
STERILIZE SEED IIEDS for Ilomorrhagic Septicemia which I Florida) message to the end of time. Today worshippers of the tailless alliga-

nmXDIU I RETURNS disease is prevalent in mild form, at God works in a mysterious way His when the sons and daughters of the :-: .. --a tor.

several points around Lake territory. wonders to perform. Through/: Him I blue and the gray stand together to ...

.( I Sumo very destructive diseases enter ; we have Stone Mountain. ThroughHim gaze:. in reverence upon its mighty By. ..... Arthur Brisbane Arthur Harris, of the I. W. W.,
., /I
such plants us tomato, cabbage Isceoill-More interest Is being we have those noble and patriotic form there {is the assurance that the "' stabbed in a fight with farm hands,

eggplant, pepper etc., from the soil hown in grape production, since the people who make possible the Confederate principles for which the Southern soldiers THE NORDIC CRAZE. learns the value! of scientific edu-

I : of the seed bed. growers are harvesting their crops memorial on this monolith. fought were greater union and a ''X> LIVE WITH MONKEYS. cation. A knife thrust penetratedhis
y. Young plants may appear healthy with excellent yields, and receiving 'I 1: pericardium sac containing the
lost but
I Stone Mountain, the granite solitaire more complete not were embodied -
and to transplanted into the field good returns from them.
on the ring finger of nature'shand in a brotherhood. In govern- threequarter
I -
but they will not produce the expected I Lake-Held a-;second citrus meeting which holds the Sunny South', merit and heart we are united, all bit -.------ -.,-- -= ,
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yields anti will serve as a source in its is terness is and the hatred of war work. But while Harris fully
with the Montverda this i I grasp, situated in DeKalb gone I: has conscious -
growers The "purelNor'lc crn
of infection to the other plants and to week, studying thoroughly the life county, sixteen miles mat of Atlanta i 1 1': is erased. We look to liberty in mutal j "-one fAr. A scientific! association: saw everything that was
the soil.
I Ga. It is seven miles in circumferenceand sympathy and understanding. What "racialists" to going on, surgeons in Kansas! City
history, injury and control of tho new c Ciurman proposes
The of removed three of his ribs drained
such ,
'" protection plants j citrus aphid that has appeared in this looms tall and majestic one thousand then is the verdict of our hearts. In' ;.:.i.n: u new State in which only"purly the the
pericardium permitting
against disease Is of special Import- feet in the background of hey I II I'i it goes the knowledge that the bitter vo Nordic" will be admitted. -
s section. White iK! were also studied, heart to continue pumping put
anco. The disease known as ilump- I and methods of control given. the little city of Stone Mountain. I|i years through which America came back the ribs, sewed him UP. and heanesthetic
ing-olF may also attack the tender The scientists allege that blood
I to its rebirth were with
In 1915) the United Daughters of the synonymous lives. Thanks to local ,
ti::: succulent plants in the seed bed, and I tests will distinguish the purely
DuvalThe splendid system of Confederacy, under the auspices ofI i, the name of Lee, which ranks with HariU felt no pain.
1 ..: if condition are favorable destroy so I | Nordic from the mixed breeds.That's _
, highways that 1 in being constructed Mrs. C. Helen Plane initiated the names of history's Yoremost suf- {Is
a great there
Interesting, a-t
many that not enough strong healthy through the county will prove a great monumental work, inspired by the ed- I fercri. The privllige of fixing in fine on all the surface of the earth Six million bonus applicationsnot
I'
plants will be rained for field trans stimulus to its agricultural develop art the meanings phases and over- are ready, five millions more will
itorial of John T. Graves. Mrs. Plane : any single sample of a pure breed, be prepared and sent out. C
, me
planting. ment. suggested carving on the mountain tones of emotion and dream is given whether of "Nordic," Aryan, Sem-
ui I about
r pocket patriots are weeping
The most practical method of sterilizing to the artist's hand and the sing- itic Mongolian. African or Malaysian
lone statue of Lee the only ,
I to cause of that. It makes them sad to pay a
seed beds and the that Inapplicable Volusla Citrus looking
I one groves are er's for outliving and strain. All the breeds were
the Confederacy. Gutzon Oorglum i tongue, over- few dollars in taxes to men that
,
: to the most conditions, according good and the crops are very satisfactory i j! the pyramids mixed up long ago, although they
sculptor, when asked his opinion of towering Egyptian or won the war, and saved them all
; to J. R. Springer, entomologist In mast ca olt. The citrus aphid I i| of the wonders of the don't know it. their
half this, said such a figure would be Insignificant any seven That Nordic state, by the money. _
has new
I and pathologist of the Florida been discovered at a point of
: world this stone America
between Oak Hill and New on Stone Mountain, for granite way would exclude the founder ofChristianity Yet the out of that bonus
Agricultural Extension Division is by way Smyrna I paying
I with its great monument {is one of the
he caught the spirit of the mountain whose mother was a
that will be to general prosper
tho use of formaldehyde. showing they are working up money
and tongues of the world. Jewess. He, certainly, was not
realized its soil.
larger possibilities. like pouring water on dry
ity
, lie gives the following as a method the coait. Infestation is not heavy as "
He visualized a picture of the Confederate I God takes many ways of carrying "purely Nordic. Everybody will share in the prosperity -
j of application: "Pulverize the soH to yet and it is very probable that con- I and -
His matchless
distribution
out great plans. that the bonus
I a depth of about ten inches and then trol measures will retard their spread. army sweeping down the Here's ol1e. original thought.
bound' dollar of
in the heroic bring. F.very
He gives a great is
mountain side and therewith made his I message John Gromardie, citizen of New
' V ?
( level down leaving the bed with a Dudo-The first annual year book of proposal. Everyone caught that true men of the gray, and that mes- York writes to the Franklin Park {it will be SPENT.; It's the moneySPENT
smooth surface. Use of
ono gallon is principle. When Lee marched Zoo in Boston he'd like to that counts.
',' the Florida Avocado Association is Southern spirit and began making sage saying _
: formaldehyde to fifty gallons of water. I Just off the press, and all interested contributions to the carving of this I from one post to another no weeping be exhibited in the monkey house, A Berlin scientist has found and
1' solution the bed
this to seed
Apply (
with the other "to show
,
I women and groaning children marked primates that foot
, in the avocado industry should have a great monument and thus Stone' isolated the germ causes
with a sprinkler so as to get a uni- I' Mountain Memorial was begun. a devastated path. Lee was devoid of the public how much man resembles and mouth disease. That news will
form distribution, using the diluted copy. the ape. In accordance with this
millions to
hatred which be worth
burning seems to spring many
The three "
gigantic figures ia this
formaldehyde solution at the rate of Liberty! -This week two days were I monument are the the Me- from the heart of every war. The the Darwinian theory. country directly, and billions perhaps
panorama, -
" one-half gallon to each square foot of spent with Dr. R. L. Brinkman locating he had in indirectly. )
gentlemen
men were arms
morial Hall, and the amphitheater.The Some that live in the open spaces, fortunately
: seed bed surface. Immediately after It l is reported, although
some suitable places for dippingvats. will downward and introduced a new chivalry that Texas, Washington California
panorama sweep NOT proved, that agitators
' the treatment the bed should be covered We expect to begin dipping soon. from right to left, over the face of the defends the least of human rights. Florida etc., will probably Biggest' in the \Vest have purposely spread
with sacks or canvas for a period if all New Yorkers to
hat
adapted
stands
This of
chivalry democracy and mouth disease by means
mountain, distance of thousand foot
FLORIDA HONEY HIGH IN one
t of forty-eight hours. Seed should not ,Demonstrating the Darwinian the
three hundred and fifty\ feet. incarnate in the hearts of the sons of of dogs and California
be planted for at least ten days after QUALITY AND QUANTITY hundred colossal seven the South. ory were locked up in the Zoological is a bad State in which to playa
figures will representthe Garden there would be vacan
the
covering la removed. many
of that kind. The perpetrators -
For further information call on Florida's honey production for the Confederate Army a "ancinginto Gutzon Borglum, the great sculptorwho in Fifth avenue and at New tore game would find it more dangerous

your county agent; or write to the past season was around 80 poundsper battle. What a picture this will pre is winning fame by this monu- port. than horse-stealing In Texas in the

Florida Station Gaines colony, or, on the average more sent. In the center those brave cques- ment, when it Is finished, can truthfully old days.
Experiment How little boys know that
ville. than twice as much as that producedper trains of the Confederacy, Lee Jack- quote with Caesar, Vent, Vida, many"muslin" Mo- _
our word comes from
Vlci.! I came, I saw, I conquered. Newspapers print a story that
colony on the average throughoutthe son and Davis, with four other high sul or that our able Italian Musso of Arkansas

,- MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE United States. Thin striking state commanders, will ride as if in consul- Habitual Constipation CuredIn lint got his name from that land of Senator having a Robinson little dispute with a Dr.,

NEARING FLORIDA LINE ment was recently made by the State I tation with each other. At the right 14 to :21 Days the Mohammedans T Read in Mitchell at golf, knocked him down

Plant Board of ilorida. I the calvary will advance in forward LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- Marco Polo's Travels that "great and out with one blow. Farmers

y The Mexican bean beejtle has been The lung continued drought in California motion, with the artillery horses prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative Habitual I merchants who convey spices and in Arkansas will not only forgive

found in Thomas County Georgia considerably curtailed, the pro- { behind. Far to the left will come the Constipation. It relieves promptly and drugs from one country "to anbut cheer their Senator for knockIng -

close to the Florida line by inspectors duction of honey from such plantsas I infantry, pressing bravely to theI should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days other are termed mossulini.{ a man down with one blow.

t of the Bureau of Entomology, U. white sage, mustard and alfalfa.A I front. to induce regular action. It Stimulates and U-- --- Whrht' they, will forgive him for
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 6Uc :
innther
S. Department of Agriculture. While large part of the American honey I j Every Southerner whose blood docs bottle. question

the beetle has. been in Southern Georgia comes from this State and these not race at this sight need not boast per

' for several years. it has not been I plants. Also the late frost in the pacific Hof j: the Old South any more, for ho _____ _____ _____ _n ____ -
reported close to the Florida line
so
I northwest killed considerable does not belong to it.
It Is fortunate for the state that 'fruit bloom, thereby cutting down Excavated in the mountain directly

this pest seems) to spread in a northerly in and I beneath the central
production Oregon Washington.The group, is Memorial -
; direction towards. the higher; altitudes. Plant Board continues, "The Hall. This Hall is three hundred I 1A D i 1.-uN

It was no doubt introducedinto I
and
IQuality of honey produced In Florida twenty-seven feet long, _

'. Thomas County, Georgia by shipments this year has been' exceptionally good I forty feet wide, nndsixty feet deep, t'Hii I use a \arlut l condenser to ing moisture and causing short cir
of beans other host
or plants, running; parallel with the face of the tune the primary of the
and the prices received by beekeepers I reu odehcults where bus wire rests on the
or .possibly in automobile tops freight here were somewhat in excess of mountain. In the titantic vault the coupler, Is often imktHl The answer board.

curs, etc.Farmers. prices received elsewhere. This relics and records of the Confederacy is. je, but It in not necpssary. If a All
in the northern part of the goes are to be stored MirtiiblM condenser Is used) In series "A" batteries deteriorate Quickly
to show that beekeeping in this state
State are cautioned to be on the lookout who Thirteen incisions will be made into with the ncrliil. Just add tea turn In mummer because of boat and humidity. condenser which Is to be shunted

for this punt.!' It is a very destructive by experienced men practicemodern the mountain to remove the to the primary Two dry cells In parallel across tbe terminals of a loudspeaker
method in well worth while. granite
insect, and if Introduced intoFlorida will last more than twice as long as Is .000 or .OOU.
The Experiment: Station and the State for the Hall. Twelve of these Incisions Two dry ooll will not work tone dry cell on the same load be- _

will cause a great loss to the I Plant Board are constantly In receiptof will be windows, while the ter with a WD-12\ tube, font they will cause the efficiency of these' cells An "A" battery switch will eliminate

truckers who grow green beans and ,I inquiries from prospective beekeepers other Incision will be a door. These have a longer life If they are connected remains higher on tbe lower current the necessity of turning the

green pens for market, experts say. I throughout the state for 'information thirteen incisions will represent the la parallel. consumption. It Is economical l. rheostat oC when through using the

This beetle atarks most of the legumes 1 States of the Confederacy. The door therefore, to use a double of sot
this which shows that
)
subject
'. and in this connection, citrus I on 1 will be bronze and Before mounting radio parts on a butteries connected to i dry cell _
a great deal of interest Is manifested represent Georgia baseboard"' the
sandpaper rongh tube.
grove owners four that it will have a : truly. If your one knob Bet refuses to
In this Industry!' spots down Suit, give It a few thin -
-- oscillate the lead.
direct Influence on their industry as I No other such Memorial Hall has coats of shellac try reversing
Incidentally, a special program on or varnish This TIle capacity of a phone condenser from the secondary to the grid and
beggar weeds, one of the best legumes I I
beekeeping will be given at Farmers'and ever held the mementos of man. The will prevent tho board from absorb1s usually .001 or .002: while a fixed filament
for use in citrus groves in Florida, is [
Fruit Growers'Vl'ek at Gainesville I stone removed from the hall will be
also a host of the Mexican bean beetle.
during the week of August 11 used in constructing a amphitheater,
THd Mexican bean beetle in a member -
to 18. which will rival the colliseum of
o.., of the ladybird family. The adultIs Rome. A vast stage is to be erected

about ono quarter of an inch long No Worm In a Healthy ChildAll front of an ideal sounding board

and about one fifth of qn inch wide.It children' troubled with Worms have ao unhealthy which is in a recess of the precipice

is oval In outline. The wingcovers a in the back. The .
largest pipe .
'I organ llaiL. .
,
rule, thnra la more or lens AtnmAch .tuturtance
have sixteen black
spots on a lemon I GROVE'S TASTELESS: TUNIC Xlven regularlyor in the world will be installed. This

yellow to u deep coppvrcolored back ( two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Im- amphitheater will accomodate a
ground. I prove the disunion and net ar a General Sirrnilihrnlnn -
Tunic to the whole system. Nature will then multitude on patriotic and public oc
I
: The attention of the county agent throw utter dlllJelthe w..ml.and Ihethlld will ba casions. In comparison with the other :FOLKS''

should! be culled, to any insect resembling In perfnt, bealth. Pleasant la tak a. 60c per bottle. huge and impressive monuments, I NOTHIN'TCxG &
.
N' rYNJSE LITTLE
this beetle. ) T
Stone Mountain Memorial will be least
SUUSCIllHE TO i ..
Got N' ON 'IN GIRL ARE
in cost and time of construction but I 1. TOWN TOO
RUINED EYES THE TELEGRAPH AYL. You AN'
!still' it will be the greatest monumentin .'ST5 TS Air."OWN
By neglect; they get red and sore anil SEA HOARD TIME TABLE the world. The late President .. 'A...<. oven:: WHAT I 15

you let them go. Don't d) It. Harding termed it the wonderof I TO '*"' PARK YOUR j
Leonard! Golden Ere Lotion cures (In effect May\ 11, 1924)) eighth 4 NAME
Glv: /f
the world. It took twelve to
'
soreness without in years !
pain one day. SouthboundNo. J
erect the Collossus of Rhodes and V'lfli"tlE.
CooN limit and
strengthens: Insist : I
reaches Starke 11.38 ,
1 at p. IlL ;
on having "Leonardis"-it makes twenty years for twenty thousandmen Modern

strong C'C't all druggists. No. 3, U:02: a. ra. to erect tog-mah. It will only z '

No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00: p. m. take ten or twelve to completethe Times 1; '
r years .,.
s No. 15, Limited 1:16 p. m. entire memorial. Washington : )
+ EXTRACrs FROM I COUNTY
NorthboundNo. monument alone cost one and one-half

AGENTS' REPORTS 2 reaches Starke 5:08 a. m. million, Rhodes three )nllion the .. ("'-) C } ,
e a e : G fl;
t No. 4, 4:20: p. m. Barthenon sixty-three millions and the Dy .r' .,10:)',

Walton-This has been quite a busy No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m. great pyraml: 1 on ,iiinrdisl nd forty- \\ ""

week shipping (grapes, peaches and No. 16, Limited, 5:67: p. m. live millions The Confederate Memorial EdwardMcCulIough

truck. Our efficient board of county Wannee Branch- will cost about four million '

r commissioners have put us on the budget and still some people say it can't be l r, --.w.- --
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. ,
J
for one-half mill for financing a done. Staunch supporters of the me-
fair. The No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. morial be AUTOCASTER
permanent county splendid say it can done and are .
price our people are getting for fruit T. J. GRIFFIN, proving it. Many people are realizing

and truck has wonderfully increasedour Agent this" fact, for they are giving freely

orders for fruit trees for this win and urging it on.

ter's delivery. StoneIountaln': chief value is not
s commercial but commemortiri\o. Its / Hcrr PAN-CAoKE$!

v Okeechobee-We are planning a specific\ task is to commemorpte the TO WHOM / THE'" OCRTINLV

motorcade from this county to Farm- fake valorous deeds. of those h roi'" who ARE You 1 START YOUN&V -
ers' and Fruit Growers' Week in the 7 SPEAKING- ?
r wore gray. The creation was not NOW -A -pAYb
Gainesville. Am advising cattlemenand merely a happen-so. Neither you HIDSETTER Utv
was
Y NN HEN
vaccinate their cattle SCR- Be.
dairymen Stone Mountain; God divinely placed CAREFUL OR

and prepared it in the
heart of the
To Stop a Cough Quick I'LL CALLA /
South, that it might most effectively COP

take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a fulfill its mission. It must have been

coufth medicine which stops he cough by of I(shocked at the clash of arms of the ,, .

healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. a STaco. Virginia campaigns. It must have u'L

A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE .. caught from Lookout )
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and .a a. Mountain the k r
y Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of news of the nearby battles and have

itA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve seen afar the Invading army march- (

hold be rubbed on the chest and throat Ing southward. Surely it felt the hot II.

of children suffering from.a Cold or Croup. breath of the martial flame that burned Y

Th.Heating Combined.trod of H.wltb...rM, n..llo h..Uo.l Hooey etfec laeh.lh.o.t orG.'lo.PeDTr.t. for the liver Atlanta to a crisp. It must have

IleM Salve tbroollb tb. pores ofII. seen Sherman on his triumphant and
a"u'h P' .w.r. of Imitation., 0........! devastating march .
.
stops to the
IUD 100ft Un-
Nosh rem.dle..r. packed. In 00. carton and tho tfc. g.ouin. ia 10c and 35c peck. tea.
COM of Ua combine treatment a SSe. .4.. blaring( above trad mark murmuring and serene it taw the flag
Just ask your druggist for HAYES- of the Confederacy rise In hope and _

HEALING HONEV. .. glory and go down, unsullied to rise

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-FRIDAY.. AUGUST 8. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVBfl ( I

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in Burlington July ,25, was selling and conferences were held by t lie commissioners -

Maybe Neither Coolidge Davis nor LaFollette gasoline from the wagon at 0 cents i I. during the period covered

a gallon. I Ii,I by tho report, relating to rntes and )

--- Bushnell-Sumter county has completed service of the common carriers and .'
i
out of $835,000 fifty-one miles other utilities under, jurisdiction of

Unusual Political Situation Makes Possible a Final Presidential Choice By of fifteen-foot penetration asphalt ,, the commission. In addition to 15 ; "

highways, which are now in daily use formal hearings. held in various parts .

Senate of Either Bryan or Dawes. An Outline of the Workings of Our according Clarence E to. Woods information secretary supplied of tho by of the stuto on rates and service, thereport !

Sumter County Chamber of Com nl!.-u .shows that 179 informalcases

Election merce. The county also has by districts were handled during the fiscal, 'j
Machinery When an Electoral Majority is Not Won.Written bonded built twenty n.lles of year ended February 28, 192: Out. ) "

specially for Telegraph rock road!, and twenty miles of sand- .standing among the rate case da- ;.

Edward Percy Howard clay roads. Under the latest bond Issue cited In favor of Florida!" as. a resultof : .
Iy Why The Senate May Pick Our Next President of $650,000 she will surface most the commission's. efforts in perhaps. j, :

Fancy a conservative newspaper of these unfinished roads, add n largo that affecting, refrigeration chorgos;

publishing on its first page a story tu mileage elsewhere in tho county, and on Florida! fruits. and vegetables front '

the effect that neither Coolidge nor Weak complete her comprehensive systemwith this state to interstate destinations %

Uavis/ nor LoLolletta will be elected z M M t5GR4 a total bonded t issue of $1CGG- It is estimated that the ruling of the ,'

President of the United States in M 17AK 000 without outside aid. The district. Interstate Commirce Commission in 9 gt\

=Xu\ember. At first glance such a NIySI.1Q i ay I' bond issues' total $131,000 while the favor of Florida. in this case atone "

statement might seem outside the Y $ iiO.OOO1K) \ 11 I' Is now in the courts saves approximately $300,000 annual. ''.

renim of possibility but the political r04HO &N. i' L IV for validation. ly to the shipper

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reefer
and the ---- -
situation is complex election -
machinery such that it does not re- r a v N 9 Nat (. TallahasseeThe twenty-seventh To Cure a Cold In One Day
annual report of the Florida StateRailroad
qiuie much imagination to forsee the 3F1 f98 Till LAXATIVE) : tlKOMO' QUININE (T.hM. .> It
M! Commission just olT the unit' Ht<.Aaeh. mil wiirli off flit
if not the probability of A.r .:i i'o!\\ :
pi--ibility u4 press. shows that 40 invtstlA'"tion"IThis S .iuo.lur. uu seta' IHJI. Sew
'
such a situation. Almost anythingma I Kr I raa_ It",r .... r
happen in November. 11! isame

There are 531 votes in the Electoral C ,c '
.
N I -iii' niii'i r" i roam' !'! olltlll'l.vl'lt
The electoral college is
com
College
OK '. ui.. \I'.s U<.W
,12. K R a wtkl l.tfvli" I. ut 4a
of electors from each state, 9 '
posed 10 Irrl'.il'g, inioUi'li.' l'"lVivtt. )'(lU
equal In number to the number of Is'i:;\ mU'1', uel %'iilu.r. 1 n itifoiiiiatlou. Ui

Senators and Representatives to 10 1! ;.tI.e .. .- : ..ii! he lull ', ::0 1 pi't, llw nvurojrpii
,
which the state is entitled. For -- TtxA3 \ '- |.' uf au, .11t.. "..al. VltittWl'llld

example, New York state has two .. '" ,."...-. --- I .. help. | .... I

Senators and 43 Representatives.. ;". -= m- A I time I H en.'..ull when iHCk: "I

Therefore New York has fortyfivevotes I -w- e Auu'nt.oiiiowaetl' ships. will vat III f
in the electoral college. The total .- _.. niche "hlllluiis than that NIIIIIU lack,
.
.
.r r p
membership of the electoral college' ,e e Na .. u net In llitf litut wiu.
.....I/'I'Q:! wRI: 't'he varunu hrandii of boor, religion .
the total membership of the .
equals l
foreign' enUuittemcnts, etc., nL1
:Senate and House-531. In viting it t
have tuna inH'ortftuou.
will be remembered that the people I The second Mondi fullmvini" January Coolidge would bf able to obtain a I would' .ippenr,\ to ilnsuo the election. By Arthur L
vote for the electors of their states the electors in each state cnoscn' majority vote in the House in Folirual. of P.HM's, providing there is no sufuljr uf the Niuntrj. And that dt*

these names appearing on the ballot i"at the November election! meet in th"ir! .\ A livntlliu'k 'is quite on the card of the Senateas WHEAT IS COINS UP. panU on goods. ON the water for
and not those of Coolidge or Davis or respective state capitols and declare --a repetition of the Democratic National I, change m the character EUGENE MYER JR. IN CHARGE. carrying' and troops Alluvia "
waUr and CTNDEH the water,
elections the
'LaFollette. a result of the November ,
their candidates The
votes will then II Convention, perhaps until
SIIIPS. for
BEER AND fighting!
The Constitution provides that a |I be sent by messenger to the president !March, Il>:2.!;>. At that tfnie thu new and l providing always that LaFolletto

majority of these 631 electoral votes I' of the Senate Washington.! They House comes. into being, but the new would rot switch a number of Republican MORE THAN AIR MA!:. SERVICE. A Uttle whU--j o we were begging

or 2tJ6, is necessary to the choice of will be counted on the second Wednesday house has nothing to do with the Senators from the CoolldgoDUWPS 11' Tilt's Ungland!: to make room rof out
President. The having the I, '' > Soldiers In her ships and payln
in before the
a person February joint son- choice of a President.In .
'I ticket and procure votes. for 80) farmer nil lust 1 moi.e.., nn their Enzllsh: shipping corapnultiH llr greatest number of votes of course, Eton of the House and Senate. the event of a deadlock until the
$124 for Uan than BteerruaccommiMlatlon "
I The is and LaFollette wheat lant your It coat a cabin rates
wins when there are only two candi- Then the result will be allnuunce,!. disintegration of the present House Bryan. margin narrow be the decidingfactor. bushel. to grow I It.! The nvvnuit* price for Ainurlcan ....!.
dates in the field but with three the If no candidate has a majority-two the duty would pass to the Senate and' might easily was tai cents. VnlunH. all Mlicim. fall. illern seta over to help I ICujflniiil Mini

complexities begin. hundred and .sixty-six votes-then the here it must be remembered that the farmers will get all the mtiuat coat Crauco. e
Here is the constitutional clause: House of Representatives must Im- senate votes only for the vice-presi I One need only go back to 191(1 to thin year' and M good dual more.Many Hat all that strains to "I forgot'u.

'The person having the greatest mediately convene for the purpose of dent and not for the President. If the I see how delicate Is the I present' ituaI "sections of the country tinsliule producing of I>r. H. I40lao VUk/ selentlflcanthorlty !

number of votes (in the Electoral Col- chosine a President. The choice being country stands without1 a president, I tion. In that year the electoral college fewer than with IB 'labor and nays "Alcoliol Is n liability.
,
lege) for President shall be the President 1- limited to the three highest candidates then that office being vacant must stood 277 for Wilson and 25,.' for wheat fertiliser to costing the sere what they do It la ." Taste prove tbat "motluritte

if such number be a majority of would mean that the House be filled by the man chosen as Vice- Hughes.( A third party candidate controlling hard to SIM how can pay drinkers do not live longer' than
the whole number of electors appointed would have only the option of choosIng Prexident by the Senate.At for example the 13: electoral! atp aa totfl .bataiowrs." Tbate luUwvNtlngatul

; and if no person having such majority one, either Davis Coolidge or La- this point wo read 1 another climi votes of California would have 1: to tU:1t. prios:.ltf'j ji.bushay impotUnk.IIoweTer ,.

then from the persons havingthe Follette. i nation. The Senate is limited to vote thrown the election Into the House.. vole would that be worth those-on the other able

highest numbers not exceeding i. Here is where the election machin- for the two highest candidates. So the How many electoral votes LaFollette ** hare wheat no- of the fence say "M r. LRNOTH of
three on the list of those voted for ery takes on a different color. There is" likelihood is the choice would lie between will control as a result of tire coming If farmers the last crop.-tbllJ'any usually life la not the important thing It
from
u President, the House of Represen- no voting by individuals in the House. General Dawes and Governor'I| election la. something for political cold have none when the price* BOO up- do .a't matter so union how I.ONO
tatives shall choose immediately by Moreover each state has only one Bryan. I writers to figure on. It may be something let them hang on to It. And If the* you' lire, aa bow EFFICIENTLY: you'
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ballot the President. I vote. Rhode Island's vote equals that Now we come to the Senate vote. for the twu dominant parties to are wleo they will hold for high live.

Now let us turn to the situation. I of New York. The vote of each state The Senate does not vote by stateslike consider seriously. prices. the wheat \being thrtnlutd. The Iltt for I Instance,

If the candidate receiving merely the I is determined by a majority of theCongressional the House. The Senators vote all I LaFollette supporters are claiming When tile really big they Iwovlo 1 do now want, ItB.MH undoubtedly younger drank hlinmlf" to dentil.
ns
wheat to up
largest number of electoral votes I Representatives In that individuals, and a majority vote decides he will eary between eight and sixteen go They have the power to Hut while he HT.H| he kept\ NnpolenullonupHrto ,

could be chosen then the entry of La- I state. This point grasped let it be remembered The Senate membership being states. If he carries. only Wisconsin. I. make up.It go. I It IN. not like one In- out of BivJlind.! Ail
Follette into the field would be unimportant that the "blocs" in sever 06, 49 votes would elect a VicePresident | Minnesota North Dakota South Da- llvlilual, professional. WIIl'II'Im.' / that was mora important' to EnnlUlimm ;: -

) according to unbiased and al delegations hold the balance of who would immediately succeed- kota and Montana such result would, bier, or little Iol. trying to IIICIt humlrml than nail having Oft him woiiM live, hays to l Ito> been' one,

astute political judges. But this is power. Thus the LaFolletteWheelercandidacy to the Presidency just as Coolidge< likely prevent either Coolidge or Davis the wolves of the "short adds"Oilier \ Again, It may)I litt, mild that If lie.

not the case, and there are many polit- becomes something to be succeeded Harding as soon as the vacancy from winning the necessary mujoritynf especially, and HAH drunk only water, tin mlitht
grains rurn
ical observers who regard l it as highly : reckoned with. occurred.In :2!itt! electoral votes necessaryto cnttuu'llI.I' .storks. will travel' ) upward have. Ix-eii I twit uw good| a 1'rltiia
unlikely that a majority of the electoral Anyone familiar with the line up the present Senate there are 43: elect the President. Even the electoral with the wtll'ut.'hllt leiii'llciiuVictory ( | MlnlHter In addition to living to be

vote v. ill be won by any of the in the House last year can see how Democrats 51 Republicans and 2 vote of any one state might prevent IIHl VlirroUV. ileniHlnl III a Immlreil.
candidates. likely it I i1* that neither Davis nor Farmer. Laborites. These figures a majority. a prnHiHTlty 'IKHIIII You'll have It. About thewi things. we, a* yet' ,
ItcHilorN mny remember Unit thin. know nothing. _ _
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writer when ciillnii wax
GROWTH; OF STATE SCHOOL TRIO OF PREACHERS cuing George and Dean. annniinriil. 1 that It would'" travel up While you are nlci. >i>lni{, fliers for
I I to 3tt. It illil. moving' Hteaillly Mini. I the poHt iitllev are crimHlng. the continent -
Fl'ND HAS 1IEEN:- STEADY CAUGHT AFTER WRECK The young men came on to town litKhcr limn", ::1Ii."Iollt I lie' big' fellows KM I diil I l.y "light putclitsi" ,

with the traveling men and swore out want really hapiMim.Rilftetw \lilnxlnic with lights of many million
m Increase of Half :.Million Dollars During former Starke Hoy In Automobile' I candle imvter livwilually; of course
1 Prevent Administration U mihup! ; With Negroes warrants for the negroes. and. early MM-r. ,1 Ir.. till". joting cltlr.en I that IlKhthiK. will lie. cheap! tt |lit
I. yesterday morning they were arrestedby t tI of many III II IIUII". Is In Huirueof IInlu ipirHtli.ii. or power, of oor-
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Pointed"y Governor. I ITlllluhul' (;Gainesville August: 3.-Will Taylor I Sheriff Milton Dunning tlie plan tu put tip' tar price* of riming from. the sun In the dnylliue., '
Deputy other farm to to duplicate sunlight
wheat and of products emniuh en. my
Uncle, Jahn. (,, Aug. 1-Tho Florida 'I Mack Taylor and Philip Sawyer, I. and Police Officer Shelton Hall. The maki fa rna'ra happy' and viable' tho fi'.'l.ly at .nlKht.I'liHtinaxter! .
state -hool fund 1 now has in gilt-edire '' three negro preachers ran into and cose was settled when the negroes!, Cover liinent to lend t them .more Ui'iierill New Is to NTeiiiiuriiliilnleil

I used to have 'thebiues" a bonds $2.i.:! : ;>!H,<107. This was disclosed I completely wrecked an automobile! agreed. to pay the damage to the automobile money. on hlx excollnnt work
heap-and m \ ur did ttiiey" 'em,- bv Governor U! rdeo during the courseof driven by "Buddy" George and IIollv and the court .costs. DONT:> t7A11111.F:. IIOWKVKR.; : it In ,deteloiiiK. | | MilaiTltll, mull dell,.

I would of done most anything a talk at the banquet marking the I Dean just south of Paradise late Fri ---.---- -- I I" vlrltimm.. to pray that farmers. er.t Wlnit' he itoex, fur n ttreilter mall
hinder destroy. 'em. time mad' bi'tt >rprlirH lull while IIHMI Imi'ortnnt,', .IN
to or ; GAS; EU.HT U CENTS: mnv hnv ht'tter very.
here. today of the Florida! state day evening, according to local Dill\ ,
In fact, there weren't no dread close I I IN nUHLINUTON IOWA It's foolish/ In gamine.. nil It. of far lesH vain than !IM ad ml rabid
fits or summer school. This amount, cons, and when the young men. protested I AtnurlokH
disease like janders, onlleire I Nu little innti IH mmirt sits null or work In ,1\ .101,1111| ( the
hives, could hold a candle to the hi.- said l. compared to $1,800,1107! in against the action of the negroen Burlington: Iowa-One oil company quick enough to survive III that Hying machine timid Auwrlcnu: Uteri. '
"blues" fer shortenin' peoples bonds held In the fund on January 1, I and asked for pay fur thoir car the
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lives Old! Doc could diagnose 1121.! negroes. started a free-for-all fight I -
,
'em but I've heard, him say, by The fund Is created by adding to I end were giving the white men tough .

ling-that( knowin' how to cure cent of the proceeds from battle' until a traveling! man passed I,
different it 25
per
em-was a vastly and, 1 drew his on the negroes, res- ... -. __. ..
thing! And, while they had a .;sales of state lands and the entire ] gun I io'l !
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serum that would Jugulate the 1, proceeds from the sale of school land. II | I I- OVA\\ I '!JIIEI

he didn't know of nothin | The governor pointed out that the 'j ---- atea.aatoio.Sick FOLKS / CURLV Tsu9 I vrauuEv."'I"I
that And still-we had the facts of t4}; 1Uv ttl .'f SACK. AOAlN
turnln' water into wine and million dollars during the present administration IN OUR GairtT rnaa. I i {! M reA SNIP SAW
which he said had, refused I I .
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how the devil perished when they ; Mel., t"invWmrN
changed him into swine! I won- i to sell .school lands. to any extent r's It I 'a -;
'' Headache"I I TOWN
der now-If Science took the sii the increase has rime at..Ul'throuJlh |' '

only chance she has' by gatherin'all the 25 per cent from (public _
.6Curly's
the blues. on earth, and mixin I land sale. i' have used Black-Draught r t L. ilk .
'em with Jazz ? We hear "theblues" ; when needed for the 25 t+al4 tN
the school fund i past a
radio-by phonograftan' Creation of is provided | I : A MIN'IrII .
by Mrs. Emma
the constitution whichspecifies years says @
libitum-ad for under I HandyMan
flute ad Grimes of Forbes, Mo. "I J
nauseum-ad rottenum-to boot! that it must remain inviolate ( began taking it for a bad case I "
It may be I'm a groucher or a and that the interest must lie of constipation. I would get

piece of country cheese,-but 1 pro-rated by the treasurer -to the i constipated: and feel l just miserable -
contend the remedy is wuss than '! counties on their pro-rata school attendance -sluggish, tired, a bad I I I' I I W.Jt/ ,

the disease! i iPossibilities taste In my mouth, and Ify ? 1 ; Q

I of creating a school icon hurting my anti head! I would would have begin!a 1 I I II
EdwardMcCullough '
fund from the sale of school land J severe sick headach I don'tknow I .
rI alone may be seen from the fact that I! just who started me to

I ''the .state now holds something likt | I 1" t

of these lands. according I II
200,000 acres takingThedford's' I AUTOCASTtR:.
: to the last available report. With I j

.6 lands increasing in value and the stateauthorities I -

pursuing a policy of holding ,I YOU WOrT MIND

I them for top prices and enchanted I WELL near. GemI'M i .AMBi.EA.oo.e 6UQW Ha .l0 I'M LOOKINGAFTBR LITTLE

I values possibilities of a school i BLACKDRAUGHTVit { 1 MAPPV. TO G.Ap eoU '. RUIlELLNHI&.&
NEGRO CHARGED WITH fund of unusual proportions are seen I see Yaw GAME Ric.aT : *j \ M rHe.RNO' i

KILLING WHITE MAN by those conversant with the situation. I Ovitt -. .. .' Goo SHOPPING>
tiou"I
V'fl"
RUSHED TO MACON I Vit It did the work. It just ... ddd,
I GAIN WEIGHTIf I seemed to cleanse. the liver. II
Macon Ga., Aug. Charged with 1 underweight use I Very soon I felt like new. /Q OC
are + r r/ o 4
the murder of :Mid Britt whose man-I LEONARDI'S you ELIXIR FOR I When I found Ula kDraaghtso J '.q/

gled body was found early today on : THE BLOOD. This tonic Increase easy to take and easy '

a highway near Forsyth Dave Flint the appetite builds up the blood. increases acting, I began to use it in I
and would not have lick
time
a negro, was brought to the county the supply of the much "
jail here tonight for safe-keeping following needed red cells. It provides nour- o headaches the
Constipation causes
his arrest at Forsyth near ishment that make the blood rich
3 system to re-absorb poisons
and thus enables the bloodto I I
here.Officers and pure this new found strength S that may cause great paiD 1

said they followed auto- the impart body. It also acts gently on i I. and mach danger to youi
to 9fl
health.1 Take Thedford's
w
mobile tracks from the Spot whereBritt's the liver and kidneys.
road to the healthy.Fill Black-Draught.: It wUl atimu- A
body lay -in the Make yourself robust and
late the liver and help to
home of Flint where they found a out the hollow spots, eras the I drive out the: poisons. a 8

bloodstained automobile. The negro lines caused by lack: ELIXIR of flesh. FOR Start Sold! by all dealers. Costs 0 j) 1 rrrI
admitted that "he felt something with LEONARDI'S I only one cent a dote. y
Insist ,
BLOOD at once. on E194aaooo.o I
THE
under his machine last A S- aaraau.aV
dragging LEONARDl'S la the :yellow packa I I KC.
denied knowledge that he'
night but e. At all druggists. \
had killed a man the authorities said. iI i r

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1924.
PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA
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:'. BROOKER | preaching are cordially Invited ,to attend I I I II J I of the Circuit Court and Clerk of this ,peeling adhesive tape off the sleeve

Bradford County Telegraph: | E.I both the morning and evening FOR OVER 40 Board, be and he is hereby directed to isn't going to be an idle joke.-Holme*

I. = --.:;:. = I Brooker Aug. 8-Mr. and Mrs. |' worship and hear the Dougherty furnish to N. D. Wainwright, Tax Assessor : County Advertiser.
T. Stewart and son, Paul spent Thurs-I brothers HALL'S cATAnmr of Bradford County a full and
preach and sing. Both are I been used iucc ..(uUy In
c Published: '''1'1'1Hnd' entit ..uI day' and Fri day in They { min- \Ve guess the hardest lump
I I native Floridians and sons of Bradford I complete copy of the foregoing,
second class matter at the post were accompaniled home by Mrs. i l county. Come. 1 HALOES CATARRH Ointment utes in so far as it relates to the sub That ever choked your throat
of
office at Starke. Florida. I Im Stewart's siister, Mrs. Hardin who'' Stets Believes by an local ject of levying taxes, etc. i I fa when your bobbed-haired wife

I = -_- ___ .-_.. __ will be their !guest for a week or ten CITY COUNCIL:" RECEIVES I, Internal Medicine a Tonic Resolved further that the Clerk and Finds long hairs on your coat.
Blood on the
; B. 8. MATTHEWS_.______._________Ow.w. days. { PAVING ESTIMATES: > faces through, thus the red ucln" the Auditor of the County be notified of -Jax Times-Union.
o 'J' Editor. Desmond Dukes of Dukes, motored Sold by all drunrists, the amounts to be appropriated to the I When she dicovers a lengthy strand
: J. C. RODl-iSONMana.ln.: (Continued from Page One) F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo
here brother
Friday.V. I different accounts out of the total She ain't Jealous ;

I'" V. Ilazen, of ,Santos is spending Frontage of Property 956 taxes levied for all purposes. You got it, she seems to understand,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY i I some time here with his parents, Mr. Total cost $3675.10 ,I tochcd map. There being no further business Caressing !grandma's grandmother.
I and !Mrs. E. M. Ilazen. One between Temple Biringham ?;,
'w"
--- City's one-third, 1225.03 the Board adjourned until next regu-
SUBSCRIPTION J R T---I I Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Osteen, !Misses Property owner's two-third, 2130.07:: I Walnut Street, running lar meeting, which will be held first I
I Lt'ota Tommie and Pauline Osteen Pennsylvania Avenue | A young mother, who still con
to
,
';, I Cost per Front Foot 2.563 Monday In September, 1924.
Per
$1.60 the most fashionable -
Year Marcel as
.u.u and Ruby Gainey visited relatives and and discharging/ into a G. W. ALDERMAN: : siders waves
WALNUT STREET Ninth Street to j I
I t': Six Months 75c friends at Graham for the week-end. ( I north side of Tenth ; Clerk and Auditor. way of dressing: the hair was
--- --- Tenth
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lewis and I Street) 1 tween Temple Avenue at work on the job. The precocious
!. I -----. -- Miss Nellie Lewis of Sarasota, are Length, 330: ft Street from Jefferson child was crouched on its father's lap,

I visiting at the home of J. L. Shriver. i Frontage of Property, 700 !! son Street to Pratt Street WITH II IIFLAI'PER the baby fingers now and then slidingover

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown motored I Total cost $2569.60City's ( I I I I Pratt Street to Temple ; and BOBBER I : the smooth and glossy pate whichis
one-third 856.53
$ "
to Starke Friday.Mr. just across the street at i father's. "No waves for you father,
and Mrs. K. It. Thede, Mrs W. Property Owner's two-thirds, 1711.07: I II I| of Madison Street and i I remarked the Little One. "You're all

I II \1.: Reddish, of Lawtey, spent Sun- I Cost per Front' Foot 2.417 I I: tar enough to get fall; and Some of the permanent waves look( I beach."

II I I day at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. CHERRY STREET (Ninth Street toI the S. A. L. Main Line with like a storm at sea.-Tampa Tribune.A I
C;. Cone. Tenth Street) : I into Alligator creek. "Whether bobing the hair is an improvement

While out fishing Thursday Mrs.'nthla I Length. 350 ft I I The Madicon Street modern girl is one who thinks I depends upon the hair.

''\ Lopez had the misfortune to Frontage of Property, 700 eliminated, and the water sitting down without crossing her Some women who bob looks like the
Total cost $2569.60 I I knees is a waste of silk stockings. last of fig time," says the Mobile
fall from a log and] break her leg. Dr. pavement spilled directly i
,. Middleton, of Starke, was called toKI't I City's one-third, $ 858.53 ditches at this point, if Register. "With others the effect is
.. No. 4! 54Meiuoershp two-thirds I II I When daughter comes to the door when Beatrice with her bobbed
it. We wish her a speedy recovery. Property Owner's 1713.07Cost able. as
in National Highway she has been washingher into the ken of Mes-
( with red hands
Front Foot 2.417 locks first swam
:Mrs. Barbara Dukes, of Dukes is I per I I| The drain down the I

i __. __ Association) ___ visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Mor: : JEFFERSON STREET (Temple Avenue I also be ommitted, and this face, not committing a murder.It ser Dante/done-then',Never can it's tell too until late the toworry.

1 10 PREVENT/ : SMALLPOX to Walnut Street): I ried under the street in beats a circus when the small deed is
gan.School
I opened Monday under the I Length 609 ft point and Madison Street town belle returns from a visit to the I .-Times-Union.

Smallpox in rot now prevalent in direction of A. J.: Boatwright, our able Frontage of Property 918 l so that the balance of the city wearing His wife laid down her maglzinc;

I :Florida and there has been no erinui principal. Total cost $3830.20 this area could get away "You've read the item, I suppose,

I outbreak, of tho disease for a number I I Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a City's one-third, $1276.73 I It would also be One thing kTimesunlon'l Announcing that this year there'll be

of years. It him, however, been presentin visitor here Sunday. Property Owner's two-thirds 2553.47 short drain south down bob and the ] But little change In Women

the State continuously for a long E. J. Lewis attended to businessin Cost per Front Foot 2.782 Street to take care of the you seldom ee a curlpaper any more. I clothes?" .

time, according to information just Starke Friday. MADISON AVENUE (Walnut Streetto 'I the intersection of -Tampa Tribune. his to his knees
:
given out by the State Board of Chesley Fogg, of Graham was a Cherry Street) : Madison Streets. I He dropped paper
I We dont like to be curious but "If that be true, it sure is fine!
Health and has appeared from tlnio visitor here'rhursday.L. Length flOS ft If Madison Street was
wonder what the girls talk about little change In perhaps,
to timo In various northern cities and I|I J. Wynn, of Hampton, attended I Frontage of Property, 076 as suggested, it would The yours "
I when they are having their hair bob Will leave a little change in mine!
states with gradually increasing vir !: to business here Thursday. Total Cost $4588.10:: i I siderable volume of water

.\ ulence. Detroit alone), had over fifteen I!I Earl Plnholster, of Jacksonville City's one-third $1529.37 I Street to the east which bed?Fernandma Leader. Not all the flappers, with bobbed

hundred cases and one hundred and I 1 spent some time here last week with Property Owner's two-thirds, 3058.73 I ter be taken under ground The apparent happiness of a seal Is hair and rouged cheeks are as silly as

forty deaths during the first six i his grandmother, Mrs. Emily Abbott. I Cost per Front Foot 3.134 I railroad. Also it would due to the fact that he has a flapperon they look. Here in St. Petersburg,

I I months of the year and there is no''' Those having business in Starke ORANGE STREET (Call Street to I possible to have the each side of him.-Times-Union. where there are many girls who hate

secret about the method by which the !1 Monday were: II. P. Gainey, E. H. Madison Street): 1 I' share a portion of the Poor fish.-Dunnellon Truth. paint daubed over their faces, there

I outbreak has been placed under con- Shaw Wade Ilarrell and Allen Green.T. Length. 215 ft drain as It is right in can be found signs of real intelligence

trol, for Dr. Henry F. Vaughn, City B. Pinholster has gone to Gra- Frontage of Property, 430 | Town's policy of having "Women Wearing Dog Collars to behind the powder.-St. Petersburg
HI/81th. Commissioner, has stated that ham to be principal of the Graham the ditches along their Meet the style."-Headline. It's a
Total cost $1589.50 Times.
have been I school cinch the world is to the bow-
over a million persons vaccinated 529.83 going
J City's one-third $
1 and, as a consequence, health TEACHER'S EXAMINATION: Property Owner's ?two-thirds 1059.67 E. R. NEFF wows.-Buffalo Commercial.
conditions in the city are again nor- '
I
, Cost per Front Foot 2.464 COMMISSIONERS: HAVE Salvation Army is. advocating a ,
I mal.There I I Teacher's Examination will be held BAT STREET (Call Street to Madison BUSY SESSION: : ) fund to provide hats for female convicts I
is a very large number of perSons | at the school house In Starke beginning I
understand
Street) : when released. We
i t In Florida who are not vaccinated | at 8 a. m. August 21st. All applicants Continued from Page )
215 ft ( bobbed in v
I Length, they get their hair jail. I
\ and the possibility of virulent for Special and Professional ?

,r smallpox infection coming Into the I certificates will notify me at once. Frontage Total of cost Property $158:1.50City's 430: upon the dollar be levied In the good-;old; ; days newspapers I

State with the extensive annual movement i II. B. WIGGINS. one-third, $ 529.83: and Is hereby imposed went to press. Now trousers, and
of tourist is not remote. It .-- In the ;
property County embarking moonlight < r
flappers upon a
two-thirds 1059.67Cost ::
Owner's ,
therefore behooves us to get vacci- I Ocala-A motor party of 100 or Property !Ion the first day of I do Trib-
I Foot 2.46 ride the same thing.-Tampa J:
nated for that is the only successful more persons left here at 7 a. m. July per Front 11021, to meet the current I
une.
Way of preventing the disease In the 29 for aFlorida. three days' tour of South BROADWAY (Call Street to Madi- According to the i I

Individual or in the community. l, The trip will be under the son Street) : I termined, fixed and I And yet the Christian martyrs ,I

I The State Buurd of Health furnishes direction of the chamber of commerce Length 215 ft tal millage to be entered In ,: didn't have much on the man who

tho vaccine free of cost and your end m being taken to give Marion Frontage of Property, 430 I(j provided for County taxes stands in front of a beauty parlor and

own family physician will vaaclnato county residents a chance to get better Total cost $1589.50 I sessment roll for the year ( I waits for his wife.-St. Petersburg'

you. If, in any community, there is 1: acquainted wlith their neighbors. City's one-third $ 529.83 forty mills upon the Times. |
any considerable number of persons I l It In stated that aliniliur trips proba- Property Owner's two-thirds 1039.67; a total estimated l
to bo vaccinated and the local doctor bly will be taken to other parts of the Cost per Front Foot 2.461 I Estimates having been I It is said the long walking skirts I I

1 is too busy to wait uponthemthe State state later In the year. The first day THOMPSON: STREET (Cull Street'; to I Trustees of the several are proving dangerous to women

. Board of Health will send a physician I of the journey will be spent in Lake, Madison Street): I Schu l Districts numbered i Huh-not half as dangerous as their I II
to do it. Seminole, Orange, Ogceola and Polk 215 ft short skirts proved to men.-Times- J
Length
15
I 0, 7, 8, 9, 10,11, 12, 13, I
-0VIOLATE counties; the second day in !Manatee, Frontage of Property, 430( 17 and 18 asking that Union. I i
Sarasota, IIiI] borouith and Pinellas, Total $1589.50
TRAFFIC ORDINANCESome : cost be assessed against all 'ialQlPlprlPa"I We note that the girls-who had
and the third in Hills borough. Pasco City's one-third, $ 529.83 lof said districts as temporarily discarded the shortskirts, i i

\ of the sections of Starke's and Sumter. I'roperty Owner's two-thirds 1059.67 1 for :3 i mills, Number 2 a few months ago-are resuming their :'

I, traffic ordinance are violated everyday READ Cost per Front Foot 2.jf3.1CIIERRY No. 3 for 8 mills, No. 4 work along higher educational lines.- ,,

by automobile drivers, and for TilE TELEGRAPH STREET (Call Street to I, No. r for 6 mills, No. (6 Plant City Courier. '

r their guidance we give below extracts Madison: Street) : I No. 7 for 3 mills, No. 8 I i
FOR ALL LOCAl. HAPPENINGSBAPTIST :
1 'from this ordinance: Length, 215 ft No. 0 for 7 mills, No. 10 The Tampa Tribune says that IsThe !

,1 t' t Section one provides that all CHURCH BULLETIN/ Frontage of Property 430 I No. 11 for 10 mills, No. choosing between the mountain and''

I vehicles keep to the right of center Total cost $1589.50:; mills, No. 13 for 8 mills, sea shore is largely a matter of form. I

of the street.Section .. I The service of the church will be City's one-third, $ 529.83: j mills, No. 15 for 6 mills, With the odds. on the sea shore.-

eight provides that no vehicle held as usual on Sunday. Bible school Property Owner's two-thirds, 1059.07 | mills, No. 18 for 7 mills. Macclenny Standard. first

shall stop with its left side to meets at !9,1: : a. m. Among our visitors Cost per Front Foot 2.164 of above districts '
the I A discarded of near
curb. heap hairpins
lat!' Sunday was a former Super. CALL STREET (West End) I I Book (No. 6)) on pages 112 I '
One of the provisions, most frequently I I Chicago is fifty feet wide and four
school Col. clusive Minutes
\ i intcndunt of the Poppell, I Length, 851 ft of Board
violated Is Section 15, which requires now a prominent citizen of Plant of 1516 Commissioners.The feet deep which proves beyond aj| Factor in
Frontage Property
I all vehicles. to go to a street Your 'l doubt that the bob in Chicago is the
would Trustees of the
i City. guests probably pre- Total Cost $G2G3OOCity's i I
i I
corner to turn. The practice of backing style.-Times-Union. J:
1 for going to the Bible school than remain one-third, $2087.07 above named having II
: or turning In the center of a block I I I
at home them with of be
I I ', is I so bring you. Property Owner's two-thirds 4175.33 millage voted to Why not a flapper wish to be i
dangerous. I Divine worship at 11:00: when Dr. Cost per Front Foot 2.751 .above set forth, it was With beauty to enthrall j SuccessfulAdvertising
4 The method of was.dc
parking lln-
Bullen wlill present the seventh serI i that the tax rate so fixed
, i I i She clothes does .
Avenue to she
" ed allow TENTH STREET (Temple wears scarce any ,
to us autos to park I
many The Lord's the and it Is fixed and I
I | mon on Prayer, topic hereby And doesn't think at all. Times-1
Cherry Street) : I I -
within block
,,' aa possible, and at the "
'' being, "Our Debts. Length 1183 ft ,, against all the property Union. I II !
t' : name time permit any car to back out ,
I The evening service will begin at 8. 2070 the above named Special
Frontage of Property I
'of ,
Without disturbing! cars parked along Lust Sunday some were kept away Total cost $8492.00City's tricts for the year 1921 in Ashes to ashes,

. Side. | because of the threatening weather, of Bradford and State of Dust to dust

J r'O Drivers are also required to signal I yet a good number gathered for the one-third Owner's, two-thirds,$2830.67Property 6661.33 and being within the I Here's.hoping her bathing I S. .
a stop or turn by holding out their
left hand. first illustrated sermon on The Pil I Cost per Front Foot, 2.735'' of the several Special Tax Suit doesn't dust.
; grim's Progress. At a recent celebra- tricts above mentioned and -TimesUnion.Wife .
tion at Bunyan's tomb, near London, !MADISON AVENUE: (West End) I I To meet the interest : The ad that is

i WHY SO MANY/ .\:" ) it was stated by one of the speakers I II Length, 1200 ft to provide a sinking fund (With newspaper): "It saps \

FAHMST l that The Pilgrim's Progresa had been Frontage of Property, 2200 timate redemption of the here that men grow bald because of
I I translated into 114 languages and Total cost $9372.00 bonded Special Tax Di i the intense activity of their brains" read gets results

Bradford county bone of the best dialects, the only book in the world City's one-third, $3124.00 (Starke) and Five ( I. Hubby:"Exactly. And women have I

agricultural counties in the state, and that has a greater record being the Property! Owner's two-thirds, 6218.00 boundaries of said no whiskers because of the intense .e.
yet is one of tho most difficult sectionsto j I Bible. It is well to acquaint ourselves Cost per Front Foot 2.810 .. named being duly activity of their chins;'
farm life in the entire state of I
1 with this wonderful allegory, especl-! North End Drain $3673.50 113 and 118 of Book No. 6 Wanted
Florida. Within 3 miles of the of -Mild tempered mlddleage
Starke ore farms that tho city I ally to have the children know some- Pratt Street Drain 6709.00 I County Commissioners, It man' desires to get in touch with gentle I Your ads Mr. I
many owners -
I thing about it. This book, as much as East Madison Avenue Drain 7260.00 I mined and hereby declared Gosh! That I ,
have
have woman. must
pulled and left guy
i up going to :i anthing else, made Theodore Roose- West Madison Avenue Drain 14S3.00 I rate of five mills upon the had I
other sections of the state. The difficult I some experience with the wi"l.I
velt what he was. i levied and assessed for the Merchant will be
problems anti conditions to be l I second I submit hereW-; preliminary plans wild kind we read so much about.- I' ,
i On Sunday night the sermon on all the property
St. \.f, over come were more than a match i l will be given, and in order that those and estimates for the paving{ and I the boundaries of each of Macclenny Standard. :

for them. The refusal of our county who were not able to be present last drainage contemplated in the City of i r Special Tax Districts as I One deep-set and kindly habit that I read--just like you

commissioners to employ an active I Sunday may not lose any of the connection Starke. 'lying: and being in we shall have to break ourself of, on '
County Agent to help them together Those estimates total 23127.50 for '
the slides used last week will I Florida. account of changing styles, is that of
I with heavy losses from hog cholera be quickly shown on Sunday night, storm water drains, and $50,812.40 for .I Resolved that the Tax patting little girls on the head without are now reading
and cattle ticks has hurt
our county. along with others that take us fartheron paving. and for the County of first looking to see who they are. <
The losses of cattle alone are stupendous Of the Utter amount one-third or I
the pilgrim's journey. Everybody State of Florida, be and he -Tarpon Springs Leader.
and the death date on hogs still welcome. $18,937.47 in the city' portion, and I directed to levy and this--if you brighten -
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ROCS on.There. the remaining two-thirds or $37,374.93is going taxes as fixed and According to the; Columbus, Ohio
". is not a man in the entire CHURCH OF CHRIST prorated among the property owners Board upon the property State Journal "The only waistline I

county that knows how to charge and by streets and according! to front- and that he extend the that seems satisfied). to stay where the ''i them up with

test out the cattle dip so it will be Next Sunday is expected to be a age. The cost per front foot to prop- valuation of such property good Lord put it Is the one on the i

safe. The only organization in the great day at the Church of Christ. erty owners is not a constant, but to said. millage as fixed wasp." And many picnic parties wish illustrations from

F county that is trying to uplift and bet- Following the Bible school hour the varies with each street, being partic- mined by this Board on all the wasp would keep his waist-line tohlmself.TimesUnion.
ter the conditions of farm life is the Presbyterian's meet with us for a sea- ularly affected where an intersection to taxation .
erty subject
y Starke Growers Association and we son of song and devotional worship.In Is Included in the area of the street of Bradford the complete cut
are asking in behalf of every memeber addition to this both of the minis- considered. This variation is consider County levied and intended as!be Since the fashion notes inform us

and the good of tho entire county fora ters' sons will be in attendance. A. ably reduced in places where the cost the assessment roll under to that the women folks have substituted I i

good active intelligent man for this Paul who has been in Drake Univer- of street interjections is borne by the Taxes and adhesive tape for the corset the men I service we now

place. sity, De Moines, Iowa, Is on his way city and this in many ways is the County within upon have an added precaution to keep in I i
lying and being
associationat to Starke and is expected to arrive mind. A blonde hair on the lapel was
A called meeting of the more equitable method of making assessments named within the furnish adver-
'3 m. Satu.day. August 0. A fall by last of the week Wm. D. Jr. who as serious enough for the husband witha to
p. ford the first
of
on day .
atttendance is asked for we have applications sang for his father, W. E. Daugherty, Four storm drains have been considered 1024. brunette wife or sweetheart but t

a to vote on for membership. in a meeting here last August, ar- as show in green on the at- Resolved further, that I tisers in theTELEGRAPH-.
rived Tuesday. I
Let us mil pull and work together and
v' r help to make "In Starke and Brad Following the union song service ,I I WtLLTAMS
ford County, Life Worth Living Sunday morning, William D. will e $ S. .
L. C. PRESCOTT. preach and A. Paul will preach at I

evening worship about 8 p. m. e
pile Cured In O to 14 DayiDrueebtsreamdmone'UPAZOOINIMENTf.Us Announcement will be made Sun- LEWIS EYE WATER

: day as to whether there will be any F.r 1 k >L v LV M ti"Korr.ct

t. cure ItcbID. Blind 81eed1D. < .,.. further services next week. Kif
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