Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FENSE DAY SETEORSEPT.12TH Jr.Evanghst, his wife William and; his D.mother-in-law Daugherty \ Independent Nominees Mrs. Allis Law und daughter Miss
Doris Rev and Mrs
Mrs. IIattie Crcason, arrived Tuesday B. P. Law of BEGALADAY

from Enid, Oklahoma. They will spendu New Smyrna, motored here !blonds I

I few weeks in Starke visiting Rev. and visited !Mr.\ and Mrs. A. K.: Wulltind '

I and Mrs. W. E. Dauherty, on North I Kir. and Mrs. F.' A. Scott. Tho INSTARKECOMMITTEES
Cherry street, I Law family formerly lived in Stark

is TO I The party drove through from and their many friends welcome them I __. ..
ACQUAINT Enid, Oklahoma, making the trip in as visitor
CITIZENS WITH THE ACT I I eight days. They seem to have already i The Time- Union of the 2nd "I( I
I fallen in love with our little city. august gives the! following regarding; MEETING HELD WEDNESDAY

I William D. Daugherty, Jr. and his I II n party given in New Smyrna in honor
Demonstrate :Method of .lol1l1z.I .
I wife I
Our Strength !in Time of National I formerly Miss Vera May Crea- I of Mrs. 1.111A: delightful suprieparty e I Preparation BegunFor Kntertsining ; -
Emergency j I son met as students in Phillips University wan arranged by the members I Thousands Visitors! on

Enid, and were married on 1 of the Woman's Missionary Society National Defense. Day
'i-rnur, Hardee has issued ehisemnlation July 15th.; I of the Baptist church in honor of their]
endosmg the national) Rev. A. Paul Daugherty and wife, i h'lIIl'rIrll.! Allie Law. The members At a meeting hold Wednesday

,i' ,!demonstration, in connection and Miss Josie Clive are enroute for met in the Sunday school room of morning plans were perfected and

thi national defense test I Starke, and expect to arrive the letter the church Tuesday afternoon, and committees appointed to carry out the

|bv., part of this week. were in waiting for Mrs. Law, who National defense test in conjunctionwith

I the continental limits of Rev. A. Paul Daugherty has been was agreeably mirprised. Tito interesting Co. G, 121 Infantry the I local '

United States on September 12, taking a special post graduate course ) and entertaining program of company of the Florida Nationaliiiiirdx.
I. the sixth aniversary of the de. In Droke University, Des Moines, ROB?. M. LoFOLLETTEf? BURTON K. WHEELER the afternoon included n vocal duet ( In another column Is carried

.' batttle on St. Mihiel in the Iowa. lie is the oldest of the three L For President H For Vice-president 1 by Mesdames Law and Jernigan; the gnvernor'n proclamation and an,
war. Dougherty brothers and is pastor of comic duct by Mesilanies !Meurs and, outline of what is expected of citizens

General J. C. R. Foster ill the Christian church at Stewart, Ia. Martin; short stories, Mesdames in a tout of the government'splan

to indicate the practical lie achieved some distinction as a Byrd and Mn'Audley. Mrs. Pence also, of national dcfrnso.The .

of cooperation on the part of singer while a student In the Chicago favored the guests with n number. day set for this tout is Friday a(

organizations and municipal of- Conservatoryof !Music After Warren :- The West circle of the society served Sept. 12, and the committees; are ::1

throughout the state and to G. Harding was elected presidentof NEW KIVEIt LA Wl'EYt punch and cake, sail, !II 1'14. Law war planning to make the day one of the ,

all the necessary information, ad- the United States, a banquet was t __ __ presented with a purse as a token of biggest events ever staged in Starke,
and assistance to local commit- / given Mr. Harding in one of the largest New River, Aug. 15-Gerald and Lawtey, Aug.) lf>-Thero will be ,, appreciation for the splendid, work and Stillku:; has Mid some real celebrations 1

The full text of the proclamation hotels in that city. Twenty of the Grafton Adkins and II. T. Purncll regular preaching, services at tho done by her. in the past yearn.

follows: ,, students were elected to furnish the I motored to Starke Tuesday | Lawtey Baptist church next Sunday I I .u fl: Elaborate preparation arc underway
I.\W'f.; l U11.1.. SOON
|Whereas, the President of the Unit- I music, and A. Paul Daugherty was Lewis Shrivcr, of Brooker was in morning and evening. Everybody is I I j for the entertaining of visitors,
States has approved a plan for a chosen as one of that number. Four our section Wednesday I i invited. not only from nil parts of Bradford

Rational Defense Demonstration, to of the number were selected as a Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyal, of Gra- Miss Mary Williams, of Mucclpnny Rapid progress is being mute on county, but from Union, Halter, Clay,
ife held in connection with the Na- quartette, and he was also chosen in ham, were week-end guests of rela- I visited her sister, Mrs R. M. Tracey laying the rock base from Lawtey and Alachua. Bradford ia< tho only

onal Defense Test, that is to be con- the quartette.This tives and friends here. | the first if the week. south to connect with tho three mile county of the live that has a nlltlenalIfullrd

cted throughout the continental lints will be the first reunion of the I'ervis Lewis and slitters, Opal and | Mrs W. F. Godwin was culled, to stretch leading from Starke, and It Is organization and the committee .
'| of the United States on Septemberth Daugherty family in Florida since Lula Mae were the guests of the North Carolina the first of last week expected to be completed within two decided. to extend it general Invitation

1924 and they moved away from Hampton over !Misses Hodges Saturday and Sunday !' where Mr. Godwin is spending! a few weeks. I to the Hiljacent counties to

V, IWr'' a&, the Defense Test, ns it is twenty years ago. J. C. Daugherty, Miss Minnie lodges: has returnedto !1 weeks on account of ill\ health, lie I A* one traveler expressed it, I.aw- iirtlcipiit[ in the observance of this.
i be conducted under the I the youngest of the trio arrived home | .lay. Governor Ilardoe han heartily en.
guidance : her home here after a two weeks' was not doing so well at that time. tey looks a thousand per cent better
ind observation of the War Depart- front Phillips University June first. visit with relatives and friends in Mr. and Mrs. John Teston, of Jack I with the completion of that stretchof ,lurK ',1 the d 'fenso demonstration and
bient, is intended to test the efficiency All are Floridians, sons of old Bradford Brooker. sonville, visited relatives hero last the highway passing through the calls upon all civic and patriotic organizations .
bf the military machinery which has County. town. That to cooperate In every way
wt''k. I progressive town raised
been and is being set up under the Na Misses Thelma and Estelle Parker the funds.! possible to make a success of tho dem
to widen the
I I'to I 1 roadway to the
tional Defense Act for the Military second end more Important object is were visitors to Hampton Beach L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt visited l onstrutlon.I .
relatives here full width of the streets, in one place | '
protection of the Nation and keep alive the national spirit of I Thursday. | Saturday. being one hundred. feet wide. I The day's activities will Include*, btfi '
Whereas, the purpose of the patriotism, which above all else, was I I C. C. Johns and J. W. Johns of 1 Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy i; miles the military demonstration,

|inl Defense Demonstration, to NationI'I'' our principal asset during the last Starke motored here Thursday.Mr. (!I Baisden, of Starke, were transacting Several days of tho past week were j I I games, speeches by prominent state

throughout the country on the day of great war, und will enable! everyoneto and C. G. Wiggins and son, I business in Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. lost through/ the big dipper developing men, basket dinner at noon, dancing

the test, IK designed to more thoroughly learn his place und posit'ui (in the I Floyd( and charming daughter. Miss W. I. Powell returned home n stubborn case of lockjaw. It wasplaced at club house and armory, be.Mils a

quaint' our citizenship with defense of the country, c'.iould: our: Jewell motored to Gainesville Wed |I Friday from Winter Haven where Gainesville on n tut,truck tho and machine curried shop to possible/ bout by two amnteur pugilists :

our present military policy, with the security be threatened. America can nesday. she spent several weeks with her son I of Tn. G. A bund will be provided
provisions and requirements of the never be beaten so long us the. spirit ) Miss Rosa Hodges Is visiting and family. Ii was unable to do anything withit. for the occasion and nothing left nil-
From there' It
National Defense Act and the extent ,{I of patriotism is maintained throughout friend. and relatives in Zill this week. 'Mr. and Mrs J. J. McLeod were Merrill-Stevens WAil transported to turned to make the day a memorable
Co.; in Jacksonville
our InnJ. This defense test will be ,
'r a Miss Rosa Hodges celebrated her
tnc which in
obligation time
of ) visitors to Starke Thursday. I nriM.
national emergency. ., will rest upon the success in exact proportion as our I 14th brithduy Saturday night with Mrs. J. G. McLean, of Jacksonville 'I where order it was again.finally placed l In working Every organization of the town and
people lend: their influence ant their music and dancing. A
large crowd
State the
and was
community individual. I is to take
county expected In the
tJd i,1 to it. is spending a few days here this week: part
nder the operation) of this Federal '' present and all reported a nice time.PICNIC with relativ WORK 10 I1F.GIN: ON festivities, fraternal I orders! civic and
Jaw; also to promote and help to mainin The offikQ: of the Adjutant, n }'wrltl --- Ot'\1.\-I.O\\: ROADWork j patriot! ladles
I I organizations, organizations -
wholesome of the State of Florida is charged AT KIMJSLEY LAKE Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of I
a patriotic sense of -
: Buy Scouts und school chil
with the responsibility of indicatingthe Starke motored to Lawtey Thursday will begin about
esponsibility among the American A congenial party left here Tuesday dren. It haM been suggested that every
eople for the'atlOn's: defense practical means by which civic, J. H. Moore left Saturday for Konx- I and be completed by January 1 on automobile in
; morning for Kingsley lake. At owner ,tnrke that day
commercial and patriotic organizations villc Tenn. where he the stretch of the Dixie between .
will Highway
Therefore, I, Cary A. Hardee Gov- Starke they were joined by Misses stay about | join In a procession to motor to
rnor of Florida, do call the and municipal officials/ may cooperate six weeks transacting business and Orals and Lowell. Completionof
upon peo- Mona Alderman and Iris. Epperson. Gainesville over the recentlycomplete
I in carrying out the plans of the Government and this section and
relatives short stretch
I visiting friends a
i>le of Florida and
| upon I Soon after arriving at tho lake a pic- ed) highway to the Aluchuik capital
officials of for a proper National Defense R, R. Thedo 1 beyond, Mlcunopy will give travelersa
fhe the various business
| municipalities sic lunch of sandwiches of various was transacting
In the formation of the 'organiza
I Demonstration, and to that end hard scrfacud road all tho from
throughout the State and upon all will give all necessary information, 'i I kinds, Luna, cakes and ice tea, after in Starke Friday I, :Ocala to LnkeClty on the north.way Work tion for carrying out the plan undpurposes
VIe and patriotic organizations 'which swimming was enjoyed. Those! Mrs. Jell/ Prevatt and three children I'
of the tiny, the followings
I advice and assistance to local commit- I also is being pushed on the road) southof
'f'h"tne composed of men or women, j enjoying this pleasant outing were: visited relatives in Campville ,
i wore appointed:
tees. I' Ocala all the to I Fort ,
j I Myers
ind all I way i
citizens individually
upon patriotic Misses Henrietta[ Padgett, Connie Saturday and I Sunday.: i
I Witness hand and the Great Central und commltUaI
my j I program -
to cooperate in every prac 'Padgett, Willie Mae Johnson Dona Fred and Robert Moore home ROAD lKTN(7(7lDIi! \ : |
came .
ticable! Seal of the State of Florida, given at C. Julies, chairman, J. L. Peek, F.
way in making\ success of i I( the City of Tallahassee, on this the j, Pudgett, Kathleen Kelley, of Hurtow. from Jacksonville and spent Sunday F. Stump, J. C. Robinson, A, J.
this demonstration to the end that it1 i Wo are glad to to the
j I Carolyn Duncan and Iris Epperson, of with thulr parents.A. j announce Thomas
fifth of in the of
gray serve the highly important pur- year our Starke Mesdames J. E. Malncs and I public that the contract hua Leon, let
S. Strickland of .
Kingsley was ,
Lord, one thousand nine hundred and Finance F. F. Stump, (chairman J.
jwse which the Government seeks to twenty-four. I I P. M. Padgett and Messrs. John Padgett transacting business in town Satur 1 for the grading of the road from Lake M. Mitchell, G. M. Inmnn.
ccomplish. J. Maines Butler to Long Bridge and thorn it
John Jeter, E. and day. '
I : Amusements. J. Thomas chairman
'.' The mobilization of all the (Signed) \will connect with the graded road -
military Eldred, Duncan. Lake Butler Time
A. A. I Stokes of
Luke visited
: Geneva
GARY A HARDEE, 1 II.[ C. Wall, N. Starnberg: ,..
ices of the country is a necessary Governor of Florida I CF.LEIIKATE.S 7ITII BIRTHDAY lux parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. from Long Bridge to Kturke. At N. I). Walnwrlght, I. I"'. Smith, J. E.Corpenlng :.
Starke this road with the
nd wise order that it connect
precaution in '
:Stokes, Thursday. { 1 H.[ L. L. .
By the Governor attest: I / Urownlee Wymnn.
u> J.' determined by actual testWhether I hard surfaced road that has been finished
W. 11. Edwards
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. I N. G. Hayes, of Brooker, celebrated was transacting .
{ the for de- ( to Gainesville. Lake Butler
or not agencies Secretary of State. the 74th anniversary of his birth Sun- business In Jacksonville Tui.-mlay. j Invitation. L. Peek, mayor
[tbnae which we are attempting to set day, all of his children and grandchildren L. .H. Hill was a business visitor to rime chairman; Mrs. J. H. hitch, Sturki
|,4ip by law are effective and dependable. Florida is going to do its part to I j being present on the occasion Sturke Monday. j |FLORIDA IKACIIKKS: '|''I) Woman's Club; A. J. Thomas, commander .

: tarticularly is this important since loyally and enthusiastically carryout except hit son, M. S. Hayes, and Rev. W .1. Powell, who hits been | M ..;r.:1'1': UVYTO.VA American Legion Post; K, \V.
We have by Act of Congress conformed the plans of the War Department, as I children of Moorchaven and J. W. '' transacting business in Birmingham, i Hayes, Masonic. W. O. W. and I. <). O.
|) our military plans to those principles approved by the President of the Unit- ': Hayes, a grandson, of Gainesville. At Ala., for the past month, is expected l>aytoI1l1.-lIIcerlO..f the Floriihi! [0'.

of defense which are fundamental ed States, for a National' Defense cele- iI j the noon hour the dinner was spread home this week, and will preach at I fII State Teachern' Association meeting Publicity. (', Robinson, chairman -

|Under the Constitution of the United I bratlon or demonstration on the day picnic style and thoroughly enjoyed 1 1 o'clock the usual hour, next Sunday) I here, perfected arrunguments for holdIng ; L. II. Hill and! U. L. Blanchard

States, and which place the responsibility which has been fixed by the War Department Thirty-five relatives and friends cele- [ Henry Burney was transacting busti I i the next annual meeting of the Lawtey; A. A. burden and Miss Adit,

for the safety of the Nation up- for a test moblization of all drilled this anniversary with Mr. ness in Jacksonville Tuesday. I I
its citizens. of the military forces within the con- Hayes and wished him many more Arthur Swarts and Wm. Frigo il iitorlum: on December 720. They pre- G. B. ell,1111", Brookvr; W. II. Andrews
; It seems most appropriate that the tinental limits of the United Stateson such days. were visitors to Starke Fruluy., !' \tray Should have been chosen for this I September 12th. II Despite his years, Mr Hayes in'I' M. L. Loacllioltz spent, several dayn who will be uddiessed. by notables of und C. II n..l.erta. Graham
[patriotic demonstration which is the In a proclamation issued August5th with relatives in Jacksonville. I the educational world. Thur
well and hearty, and attends to his G. W. IlI .on, "'asa; E. D. Larson
ffcixth anniversary of the Battle of St. :> Governor Hardee expressed his daily work with no thought of his : R. M. Tracey left the first of the -- -- ------- Keystone heights; It. C. Wimberly,
JUIHI; : II.I.IN; ::;
JMihiei, the tirst independent AmericanOffensive approval of the plans of the Govern-I, three score and ten years. j week fur Orlando where be HUM HB-i I 10" 11(11.1)Collltr Highland; R. C. Heibrrger, Lake
of the world war. A day I ment for this National test i I cured a lucrative positron I Geneva; Mrs. S. F.:. tones and W. K.

rcherished in the hearts of all American I and of the civilian demonstration in practical test of our military machinery I C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, walt'1 Governor llanlce has issued) an executive Smith Sampson City. .

aNo, as the anniversary of the I connection therewith, which it is proposed j for defense. transacting business here Monday.! I order directing, County Judge Parade -I). C. Jones, chairman, A.
defense of tort JlcIIenry and of the shall be held in every community -. The "Demonstration," which Is l to This community was shocked last Guy Gitlen of 'olumbia county, to J. Thomas.

a birth 01 .hi- "star Spangled Banner." throughout the country, as a means ;, be held in connection with the "Test", week when it became knuwn here that proceed to Lake Butler on August 27, Speakers-J. I.. Peek, chairman L.
Major General Shanks, the Con for acquainting: the people generallywith Is to acquaint all civilians with the de- Mrs. T S. Stark, formerly Miss Lot- and hold the term of county judge's B. Simpson.

.sanding General of the Fourth Corps the provisions and requirements I I tails of our national defense plans '(, tie Lee Stafford, of Miami had punned court in Union county, In place of Entertainment: F. Stump.
Area, U. S. Army, has, in a com- of the National Defense Act, which and of the National Defense Act, and I: into the great beyond on July 2H.! Mrs. Judge A. G. Strickland who i la disqualified The success of the day depend. to
[Mtunication from which 1 have honor was passed by Congress in 1919( and I I with their individual responsibilities Stark came to Lawtey with her parents 'i in certain criminal case. a great extent on the efforts of the
td quote, given the following outline amended and re-enacted in 1020.\ and opportunities in connection with'I the late Mr. and Mr. K.: L. finance committee to raise the necessary .
lot the general plans for the test mobilluation In a statement issued from the office I the operation of this law. I I Stafford, from St. Louis, Mo., when : CONTRACT LET: F'ORt'NiON funds to pay the expenses incurred .

of our military forces, and the of the Adjutant General of Florida The carrying out of the Demonstration she was a little girl where she lived COUNTY JAIL |In entertaining the visitor,},
Patriotic Defense Demonstration by St. Augustine, the following I 1s entirely in the hands of the I' until 1918. Since that time she has II This committee will make a canvass
tIM citizens of the country: general information is furnished as civilian population of each communl- made her home in Gainesville and :\Ii- The Union county commissioners at of the town within a few days to rain

"On September 12th, 1124, at a later to the plan and scope of the National ,, ty. The Governor has called upon all ami. Besides her two eons sheleaves a their meeting Monday August Ith, fund*-meet them with a sniilo-and d
in the afternoon, it is proposed to :! Defense Demonstration and the prac- j I citizens of Florida to take part, but host of friends to mourn her death. contracted with fiol). W. Livingston, dig deepHrilOOl,
I have in each community where there i tical cooperation that is expected from |i actual participation will be entirely'local The (deceased was about 16 years of of Newberry, for the construction ofa -- --
la,,'established a National Guard or an J the people of the State in carryingout and voluntary. age. The bereaved husband and chil- county jail. The building will be TIU7HTKES: : !SET: OPKXING : .

I Organized Reserve Organization a I I the purpose of the demonstration: I It is planned that the Defense Demonstration dren have the heartfelt sympathy of 28x3 feet, two stories In height, the DATE; FOIL SCHOOL :SKIT t
national defense test. The object of The National Defense Test: The in each city on September12th this community. lower floor being fitted up a* the

this test is to enable us to see how I "test" as distinguished from the shall consist of a parade, to beheld Mexsrs. Hardy and Leonard Taylorwere jailor' residence. At a meeting of the trustee of

ftlte mechanism for our national de- "demonstration" to be conducted coincident I late in the afternoon of that day called to Mid/lJtburg Sunday on'i'I The upper floor will have separate Bradford High School held Tuesday*

ifevse would work in actual operation. therewith, is an assembly of and to be participated in by all mili- account of the death of their sister, department for white men, for white morning, the date for opening the

life in the effort of a free county to pro- i< every unit of the inilitary forces of I tary bodies, patriotic and civic organizations / :Mrs. William Starling, which occurred1 I women, for negro women and negro school wan set Monday, September 1st.
ride in advance for its own safety. the United States within the continen.1 and other societies and citizens early Saturday night at their home }I I men prisoners. This will give four month of school

hill test will afford an opportunity |i tal limits of the United i generally. This panda to be fol- In Middleburg, very suddenly. Quitea The building will be constructed of before the holidays, with two weeks
. for each community to give evidence j intended to demonstrate the means y lowed in the afternoon by a public number from here attended her 'I brick and concrete and fireproof vacation at Christina< and four

',;olllta patriotism. It Is to be entirely which our military strength would be meeting or series of meetings where burial at Kingsley cemetery Monday. throughout. U will be of attractive months after the holiday season.It .

- Deal, entirely voluntary, and without mobilized in time of national emergency there will be patriotic music, a prayer J The hard surfacting of the new deeitfn with the apparance of a two I III expected] that the 192 &.23 term ",
of Bradford will
ftiyense to the Government. The doI I and the efficiency, initative and for the maintenance of peace, and highway I Is rapidly prpgreislng. Only stwy brick residence. High have a record. i
attendance of the surround.Ing1
lease test has a two-fold object: First, !! resourcefulness of local commanders.This one or more ad'lresse' appropriate to a few more days and the gap will be A entire cost, not Including the towns ,will an many end pupil here. Th4

to 'enable u* to see whether any will be shown in the reports to the occasion in which our national filled up between here and! Starke poll., will be $11,075.00, and I I. to be heating has been worked
changes or modifications in existing'plans be rendered by officers of the action defense policy and plan of military then they: will turn toward Highland. completed by November 15th. The system the few week on

[ are necessary or desirable; ita I taken upon receipt of the test orders. organization for defense will be ex- B. D. Browning wu transacting cell will cost around 1700.00 addi and extensively it ia felt during that there past will be no lack

(Continued on Page Eight) It is, as its designation indicates, a plained. 1 i business in Jacksonville Tuesday.- -- tional. of heat during the cold months.

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r, I The monument attracted a crowd of

curious, but none appeared who couldor I
.e.s alUe's : \ would give any idea as to its origin ,

t t I ..ilnrttt'. .... or the occasion of the exhibition.The ,
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: r.r; incident of a few years ago referred -
le mptat.ons to apparently was that of the Hey
: : tarring and feathering of Rev P. S. k ft
; ,
Irwin, white minister of a church in
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f r. "(;OAT"' JENKINS. GIVES SOME looking for you. I thought maybe you ately afterward.
and date would take me home. Ididn't
I iI want to make Gordon leave and
(,' ,, "Wake up, Bright; Eyes, 1'vi 1 wa having such an unhappy time.
Brought you some /tlowtra." I think now I know why I am :such a Sales reports from the 34 American -
It was Ann Coddington standing I wall (lower at a dance," she said. branches of the Ford Motor Com-
with her urm i full uf bright pink "That's silly, Anne," I comforted, pany show that over a million Ford
t : I 1!1 roses beside my bud. !She: looked attractive "you're not." Though I had noticed cars and trucks were sold at retail
; : I i Mil she stood there in her little that, in spite of the fact that Anne during the first six months of 1924.
I I white linen frock her eyes sparkling I was a good dancer she was never I I the actual figures is 1,036,978, which
I } : and her cheeks: aa pink as the rushed, and it was not at all unusual I exceeds the total retail sales for the
4 { I. roses she held. There was a crisp to see her with the same partner for same period in 1923 by 133,093, an
t wholenomuneBs about her several: straight dunces. (I I average gain of 22,182 per month.
.II I glanced ut my wrist watch. Ten "Well, I found out something last A comparison between Ford salesin .
\.! I I o'clock! I knew it wait an unearthly night," she ignored my remark. "I 1!>2I and 1923 not only indicates a # 0
F hour.
remarkable increase in the country's
waltzing with "Goat"
i I "I'm sorry to wake you Bullie" was He had been drinking a lot and whatdo buying power but also shows that this .
I' Anne apoliffized "but I wanted you to think he said?" growth continues month by month.In You can t miss having a good time
i I know that I couldn't help seeing, -I've you every instance the monthly salesin and all your old friends atJacksonville's
of the i
p I Anne blushed. She was one
l ,
: I felt wretchedly about it, she stammered 1924 have shown a substantial Increase -
I "1 just had to stop by to let few girls left in the world who could. over the correspording monthin
I I "I'll bit I answered. "What did *i
you know I'll never breathe it to a 1923. In June they reached 170,747 q Beaches
: 1 oul-but you knew I wouldn't, anyway he say? which was approximately 10,000
Anne's voice sank to a whisper.You're .
I) I I didn't you, Sallie? floor ahead of June' sales in the precedingyear. AUGUST 21 AND 22
the girl on the
I I I had no idea what it wait all about. .
"What in the world's the matter?" with one of these on,' he said, and t
I Sallie. 'Go upstairs These figures are for retail in the d days in the ;year in
"y I. I inquired. "Have you just net fiire meant my corset, + 4 These are the biggest
to the orphans' asylum?" and park 'em and you'll get more ,' United States alone and do not take f Jacksonville and! the lid is going to be off on

I 1 Anne smiled, or rather tried to dances,' he suggested." into consideration the sales made by Iles t',f all kinds of entertainment.
i I' but I knew it wa more of a reprimand I "It's funny, :Sallie:; ; I love to dance, foreign Ford branches and associated I
for frivolity. Anne is serious : I feel the music to my very soul," companies the majority of which as- "
v minded being my one of those women she continued "and yet I'm conspicuously semble cars from American made i GEORGIAFLORIDAFETE

I with a purpose. She even has an office unpopular. I noticed last night parts. ,
f 1 down town where she write advertising I that you couldn't get two feet with- Perhaps the most encouraging aign
and makes gobs of money. out three or four of the boys breaking of the times lies in the fact that these
I !'I} I !She: is from one of the oldest families at once, and there was one time when sales have been spread very evenly Featured' by Band COllCt'I.tiflll.tit': Events,
} I in the state und "belongs" but is I I(1 counted eight breaks before you throughout the country and indicate I z Bathing Beauty Contests. Surf Untiling, all
.I; 1( not very popular because on a party I I could get half way 'round. And yet a general; prosperity! that is not confined exciting, 11 rater Sports on St. Johns ]liver
\ i 1 she is not a good sport. you sat out three whole dances with to any particular section. z'r
f f t I "Oh, you know what I'm' talking Ted. If I were as popular as you I SAY THAT AGAINMrs. FREE FISH FRY
time out-
about, Anne continued "Last night, certainly spend my

I Bullio; don't you remember ? Ted and side., Somettimes I wonder-" Jack Jackson accompanied by Ma, } Governor Walker uf I iiooritiii: < Il.irdee
I, t I :'I I -er-Sallie, how long have you been "Don't do it, darling', it's an awful Miss Belle, had a refrigerating/ good x and! Governoreicetlnrtul: of Florida will be
1 engaged ? Wait 'till I put your (flowers tax on tho brain." I wanted, to cheer time in one of Stuttgart's cooling par- <_
I I II '
here and .
p !in water and then tell mo all your her up again. Ion one afternoon the past week, i' sprnk.Let's
t 1, \ \ plans" Well maybe you're right, Sallie. while Mother Jackson was polyfoxlng
j She moved over toward. the window I Anyway, I must be running along." all over the city hustling for n lim- : i Get Together!
I I and began arranging the roses in Half way across the room, she turned. burger sandwich.-Humnoke correspondence '
I a dull, blue bowl. "I've some publicity to do for the in the England (Ark.) d For further information, address E. P.
Then over me came a flood of mem- Lingerie Shop and guess what I've Democrat
ories. The dnnce-the music, waftedto got to write for the feature ad?" Owen, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer Georgia
I us in the car-Ted-the eveningair I couldn't It was too early to even In changing styles of wearing apparel -Florid-- Celebration Committee
soft-scented and caressing, like try the Chinese do not alter the cut ,
purple chiffon-then Ted again-the "Corsets" she flung at me, and, of clothing;, but the design/ and color. Jacksonville, Fla. ...... .
lady in the moon-the kiss-the unexpected smiling humorously, she hurried
Over-fishing has so reduced the --.j
t of Anne. .
appearance away. that taken alive ..
common sturgeon one
I I laughed Ted had said nothing The phone rang. I reached it from sometimes sells for several hundred
about even being in love with me and the taffeta skirts of the doll lady on
i r t here she was taking it for granted my bedside table. "Hello." It wasMurjorie dollars.I r
if f I that we were engaged. Anne was a Chenoweth. -
d I / funny girl. Although we are as different "Curtiss Wright's in town and he's
E I as two sides of a coin, I am the moat thrilling person you've ever
I I' I closer to her than any other girl in known. He and Bob were classmatesand
'r t' f! my crowd. Maybe it is because chu we were going, to ask: you both II f 6' a did ;l l'l' ((11 f I hrS{ ; j l }

f' helped me out of so many scrapes in over to-night to dine."
c I j boarding-school days. Then, too, it is "Yes yes," I replied, "go on." '
I I only natural I suppose, to like those "Well in the first place, all the i 'I'It
I ;t who love us, and certainly Anne had ambitious mothers are trying to
proved, that she was devoted to me. marry him off to their debutante / '
"I I Why, I could not understand daughters because he's a very successful
,, "Good night, Anne" I finally man- architect hut no far'none have
aged to say, "do you think just be- been able to hold his interest lit- hUH _
cause Ted kissed me, that I should been quoted as Haying all sorts of
; t drag him to the altar and make him scathing things about the 'jazz type' 1' 1
promise to love, honor and obey?" -you know, he's the cynical kind."
There was u grieved look in Anne's "Oh, Marjorie, not a Woman-hutet
I I \ \ eyes. -how divine!" I was overjoyed. J
I I "For goodness'"" sake," I added, "That's all right Sallie" she warn- .
C t 11 "don't look so shocked, you make me ed.! "I 1 know they all full for you, but
; feel positively immoral, my dear." not I'urtios Wright. I'll bet-"
' : She sat silent! with a \puzzled: frown "What time did you say we were to
i: and 1 noticed that tears apprurc-d. If I dine ?" I interrupted.
:tF; I had not known her so well I might "That's the thrilling part, Sallie.
n have thought sho was h wurann with I He couldn't come. He's having dinner
a past "Lliii you have u good time' with your dad." Remington
I Anne?" I "That's great!" I announced. "Thisis Model 1O Shotgun
"I did, in a way" she answered. one night 1 dine ut home."
"But that was line reason I came out I (Continued next week)

t F tF ,:I\ Ask Your Dealer to Show You the

: I ['IV I': AMKNUMKNTS: : 7'11CONSIIrC1'ION I Ito each of the remaining counties ut

I )( :I ItlOINC I the time of such apportionment. New
< Improved Remington Gun
1'UOI'OSKI; : IN. LETTER Senate Joint Resolution No. 338:: : Pump
j| Providing for a uniform and equal
i f Secretary of Slate Crawford is rate of taxation, except that it may
! l mailing out to newspapers of the state Remington Model 10 ahead of
provide for a special rate or rates on Pump was anything that was ever
copies of resolutions passed by the intangible property, not exceeding! THE your dealer is showing: now produced before.
; last legislature submitting to the
five mills on the dollar of assessed
I people of the state proposals for five valuation, the collections to be up- contains so many improvements over !
See the rovedlVlode110.i
i it amendment to the state constitution : portioned by the legislature und shall the original model produced in 1908

3 r .They are us follows: I| be exclusive of all other .state coun- that the Remington Pump Gun of Note its balance and lines"":,its finepointing
M Senate Joint Resolution No. 211: A ty, district and municipal taxes. This quality-the quickness
Joint resolution proposing an amendcount is a proposed amendment to Section 1924 might almost be called an en-
( I to Article V111 of the Constitution -, I Article U of the constitution. tirely new model. of hammer action: that its design .
of )Florida Relative to Cities and i Senate Joint Resolution No. 13.1: : gives. Try it in the field. You will

Counties, designated to give the legislature Proposing amendment to Article D Everybody remembers when Remquickly see how far Remington has
k authority to devise a special of the constitution relative to taxation -
form of government for Duval county and finance, to be numbered ington brought out the Remington gone with the development of the

t and its. constituent parts, which would j'Section 11 of Article 1) amended as to Pump Gun-Model 10-the first solid Pump Gun.
be subject to approval by a majority :'read:
breech hammerless shot-
t repeating
. <, ', of its voters | Section::\ 11. No tax upon inheri- If about
:you are thinking a new
::1 Senate Joint Resolution :No.: 33:1: : tances or upon the Income of residents: gun. This gun was an outstanding
I Proposing an amendment to Article or citizens of this state shall be levied achievement. Rifle for big game-
1212, Section 17 of the constitutionof by the state of Florida, or under its
the state, relating to issuance of authority, and there shall be exempt But there has been a lot of new See the Remington Model 14 Slide
I' bonds by special tax school districts from taxation to the head of a family Action-the only foreop rated
mechanical and knowledge !
and the levy of a'tax to create a residing in this state household gOO.1dand gun-making -
sinking fund for the payment of the personal effects of the value of accumulated since then. Rem- high-powerrifemade. Gives six shots

principal and interest thereon. Under Five Hundred ($;>00) dollars." ington has been improving this without reloading. Chambered for

l provisions of the proponed amendment M1 AMI: DOES NOT) CAKE HUt Model 10 right along. .25 Rem., .30 Rem., .32 Rem., and .35
( the legislature could providefor :
special tax school districts to issue "SOCIAL EQUALITY" Rem. Cartridges. A Remington Rifle

+ bonds for exclusive use of public There appeared in the Miami down- And now with refinements and betwith all the Remington quality and

free schools within any such special town district recently in the section terments you have a gun that is precision-and the Remington knowledge !-
tax school district whenever
a ma-
reserved for "for hire parking" a
jority of the qualified electors thereof monument of the style used in cemeteries most as far in advance of the old of what a fine arm ought j,

who are freeholders shall vote in favorof but made of galvanized iron Remington Pump Gun as that gun to be. ;
the issuance of such bonds, but no and painted to imitate marble. On
bonds to issued exceeding together one side was this inscription in black: t 1
with existing indebtedness of such I "On this spot a few years ago a white 1
special tax school district 20 per cent I man was found who had been tarred
of the assessed value of taxable prop and feathered because ho preached

erty. social equality to negroes" and on the
Senate Joint Ue.oution! No. 253: : reverse side was the legend: "If you :
, Providing that the legislature of 1923!) : 1 are a reckless negro or a white man emillgtOLRemJnatOl1
and those every tin years thereafter, who believes in social equality, be advised -
shall apportion the representation in Dade county don't need you."
the Senate and shl111rovi\ senatorial districts and apportion the FIREARMS-AMMUNITION-CUTLERY-CASH REGISTERS Moaeu4Slide
To Cure a Cold In DIM Day
In the house allowing
representation T.k LAXATIVE!: BROMO QUININE!: (Tlbtattlop It Action Rifle
three representatives fr-mi each of the Couilh and HradAfb sod wurh. oTth!
Cold. W. (iKOV E S I tliinaiun oo each bom Me.
r 1 five most populous countll'and one .

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!1NK"''''' '''''"'"""", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I negiw were relented undo similar All "f \n- could speed np.Vith Rose Johns and) Ethel Vnriu were :, SntS-KIItE TO ;

resti: ,i"ld. twenty iniilmn,. More. heads to kbingletin vi.sitorn u Hampton) lU'iifh Tluirtilu.vMr. THE TEI.EIRU'tlWRIGLEYS(;

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs LiuUT till bus tune to talk.--! evening. ._. h. .

.. .. .. Pen-.irniB, lave t...nl'inj tlv ,nil '..i.oenilk* :\..w", II\ tin 1 )mils a bnrbpr ,
u--<"- *H"1 J sW- ala..lb..r.uaprynr ....,.. 'h.MMMkftVferMMIM*.*... :Moora is the guest I of hiil.iu.'li
sun for 11 Hock of carrion cross being for talking now thai his work isprincipally (ter l\ln. C. A. John
I r on the groundVilliam Crook discovered bobbing, tuo hair of the left'i'
Mrs '
L Live State News the body of II white man named town belles ?Times-Union.. M. U. King und children)
Robert Long lying near the road four Thursday for Alabama where she mil

+wa .r r..w.-.w.ru miles from the city his throat cut I How( these modern !girls will rave visit relatives. .After every mealA

Told by Our Exchanges.ampaT and his shirt saturated with his life twenty years from now when their W. L. Horn of Louise was n visitor

blood. That he had been murdered was daughters persist in reading the here Sunday. pleasant. .

-- ""'" the opinion of officers who hurried to I wrong Btutf.\ --Rockford Star Why Our school opened here August t'' and agreeable

I the scene but no clues have been borrow trouble. Haven't they enoughto fourth with Prof. Alvin \VaiMilon. of IIweel and .
: Walter Cuscaden shot
afternoon byVilliant lipnl the resort here. A. E. "Webb privatein I picked up, although two men are In I worry about at present.-Times- Graham all teacher. I 1a -IIIIngbeone'lt ,
Saturday marine corps at Pensacola the for Long Union. a.
county jail questioning. --- -
Moore, superintendent of the city Naval Air Station who is one of the I resided several miles in the countryand I Not Flirting Today well. t I
sanitary department after an argument dancers. has The looks cool and '
an ice skating record of I had been from home since flapper so tweet -- I Good for
a vacation died from the /fl hours is away she the Traffic Cop-Say, youHel Uidn't1
over and the liveliest of the ; last Monday. It is the opinion that ha As meanders down street teeth breatb'and
.btUJ.t wound in his side. A warrant contestants SM me wave At ? '
but I'll doggone
tonight. Ills partner. MisaLillian ] was killed that day and his body haul- She puts on airs say- you dlomllon. I'
charging murder was sworn out I Gabhurdt declares she will remain -( ed to the lonely spot and deposited ; Lady at \Vhtel-Yei; if (;.-orjl'<> !Make. the
Moore. lie would make no with him That's the she were here he'd paste in ,the
ginst until they have won. I by his slayer. Sheriff Pcnton tmid that almost only thing you rye next etpar
stitemunt.. puts on. -you fresh thing. taste belter.
I St. Augustine-News from Sum- he thought the two men being detained Times-Union. I

__ ninesville Announcement has mer Haven states that cars have been know more about the killing than Tem..t'r1lentalVacationl8t '

been made of the winners of twtcholurshiptt coming in there from the south along they have yet told.:... I Her hair wits red, y / tE31
(at campfire with guide. ,
offered by the University the
beach there having been as many Kissimmee-With fourteen bidders The scissors slipped, I
Gadu! IHIII'I, this
lint out)
of Flonda: in the American Chemical as eight cars there ut one time this And from her head u I
the of the bids for
present at opening wonderful night?
Society's nation-wide essay contest I summer. This is the first year in the and the An car was clipped.
street paving drainage bonds .
.f9f. high school students, one of the history of Summer Haven that autos sold Birmingham: News. Uulde-It'H ironim rain tomlll'ruw.'acatlonlstOh.

:prices going to Stewart Deckert of I have been at the beach at that point. city worth commissioners of bonds to Stranahan$172,000 Unrri And who. cares of \ I don't think it

Lakeland and the other to George II.. Summer Haven is nineteen miles An ear to be robbed will.Guido E
of Ohio
and Otis Toledo ,
Smith of this city.ranahasseeElimination. south of St. Auguxtine. This news When iini is bent on (picking\ up parkYII)
The bid wan 101 for 51-42: per cent I'm quitting.
I speaks well for the Atlanticboulevlll'd. ?
proposed Getting hair bobbed
bond" One bid for 6 cent bonds lit t
of tin per V'Il'lItiunIMt-QuittinK? Why? i'1--'
which is to give an ocean -Tlme -Union r.
state's school administration from 105 was race ived with several bidders Guide--Too d---d much argument -
I driveway along the coast some day,
almost equal. These bonds are for
levies '
and increased tax to \
provide better facilities for educating I of within old ocean.full view of the rolling.. waves paving between eight and nine miles Have You a Bad Back?

.th$ youth of the state was advocated of additional city streets to connectup j

,bjr Governor Cary A. Hardee in a Fort Pierce--St. Lucie county will the main paved throughfares mid I, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmtnmmatmmatltltulcmme'tmmmmmmmmlllmmtammm) .J

.talk at the annual banquet marking. add considerable paving to the residence .
put up to supplement the state's appropriation Then the \il\ire uf this Starke Real- I
the' close of the summer school at for completion of this section of Klsnimmee, and 1 for dent Will Interest' \ ou. I '
Florida State College for Women. county's portion of State Road No. 8, sanitary sewer extensions and storm .JI

I the Fort Pierce-Tampa crossstateroute. sewers. The paving will be done with Does your back ache night and day| I f
Live' Oak-Fulton Hurst the 18- the city paying 30 cent and prop- ''I !
The amount will be raised by an Hinder \\"-,1d..tr..y; your rest'!
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse issue of negotiable notes. It repre- erty owners dividing the remainder Are you tortured with stubbing paint'When I I
*;Hurst: was drowned in the Suwannee sents the ditference between the About $3.0)00: worth of street im- you st"uplift. or bend?! "I DIDN'T KNOW f.

I liver near Peacock Slough while in I amount which the state road department provements will begin shortly. Then likely, your 'kidneys' are weak. I I
,. swimming with a party of boys. The More troubles may soon appear. i
and to this time has is willing to appropiate and the headaches, ili/.ziiiess' nervousness; I
bodysank up not YOU COULD a
I lowest the submitted
bid on project Or uric iicid and its ills..
recovered. Searching parties Iby I C. Lytle. There remains to be WITHFLAPPER Help your weakened kidneys, with a j
watch all night and are continu- I hardsurfuced on this highway 12.8 and BOBBER I stimulant diuretic.

ten their efforts to recover the body. I miles, the county having already built Use Donn's. Pills.. DO THAT!'" I
I Read tin MnrKi- testimony.
the rest of the highway. I
-As soon as it may be A love widow Mrs. Willis Kite, Cherry St., unyst It
I flapper nccepts -a I
jjprpperly advertised an election will OcolaOcalatd; ; to march along after Times-Union. "I couldn't get up or down without t
''b' called by the city commission to with the balance of the progressivecities goes help because of the misery throughmy ,
l>ote bond issue of $275,000 to be I hack I certainly was in a bad I
on a of the state by authorizing a A barber can be depended upon to condition :My kidneys, acted too free- ,
'need for civic improvements. The sum large bond issue. None but freeholders tell a woman she looks well with her ly and I HutFercd from terrible\ 1 I

of $165,000 would be provided for the I of city property were allowed to hair bobbed. in my bend. Doan's Pills from 1"ln. I J

J extension of sewerage pipes and $10,- cast their votes in the election. The Issues ell's Drug Store gave! me wonderful I
I OOy for a cemetery. The remainder of I had little opposition and When a woman has her hair bobbed relief."

J the issue. $50,000: would go into street therefore the very election was a quiet one. could you say that she was cutting Price I'lOr.: ut nil\ dealers.. Don't I
work.Tallahassee. : down the overhead? simply n-It lor a kidney r'mcdY-lle''
; Following is the vote: Street improvements Moans .llo-lh! rime that Mrs

Florida's three-cent $200,000 190 for and 14& The modern flap' isn't covered Kite had. 'i-ter-Milburn| : ('u., !Mfrs., I

lIras tax for the first twelve months I against; $75,000 for the extension of with much clothes or much confusion Buffalo N, V.

' [brought the state a quarter of a million sewerage 18S for to 16 against; $10- either.-Times-Union. IMI'SOY;; ): ciTY
000 for water extension, 185 for to 14 !S. I
than it estimat-
, dollars more was I
157 The some women paint their
against; $5,000 park purposes
to This disclosed when '
yield. was and
I Sampson City Aug. IS-Mr.
faces are their druggists' fortune.-
for to 38 against.llastings.SherltT
the last report for the month of June I Eustis Lake Region. Mrs. C'. A. Worley and children of This exclamation is often heard after our representative -
[Was tabulated, showing figures for I B. T. Mallard of Gainesville; spent Sunday here guestsof 1

[the first year totaling Bullock county Georgia arrested It has now come to pass that the Mr. and Mrs. Varnes. They wore accompanied I has shown a typist how to accomplishsome

< Estimates had placed the "Crump" Crumpton Alias Will Clements woman who hasn't. bobbed her hair is homo by Miss Ethel Varnes I

[proximately three $3,252.075.11'1 negro for the sheriff of Pulaskl a cur08ity.-Tnmpa Tribune. who spent u few day in Gainesville I I desired results on the

Ga. on warrant charging an their guuHt..
Bushnell-Sumter county completed You can't fool the modern flapper.
, ,! out of K.-,000, fifty-one miles I the murder of a negress thirtyoneyears She says the movie kiss is never the Mrs R. L. Brown and little daughter I L. C. Smith & Bros. TypewriterThere
in Hawklnoville Ga. who have been the of ,
highways ago Murl guests
Df 15-foot: penetration asphalt genuine article.-Times-Union.
C'rumpton has been a resident of her sister Mm. W. II. Smith leCt''
about this machine
which arc now in daily use, according are so many things\
I Pasting for the past 11 years and Some women spend six months making Saturday for her home in West PnlmJeuch.
to information supplied by
larence E. Woods secretary of the : has been in the courts more or less up their huxbanris' minds to have that add to the quality and quantity of work of

enter County Chamber of Com- I since that time. The Georgia sheriff their hiiir bobbed.-Times-Union. Mrs. T. C. Themes und daughters
nerce. The county also has by dis had him positively identified as the Mabel, Doris und Ounla Van have re-I-- an operator that we want to tell you about them.

trict. bonded built 20 miles of rock negro wanted before making the ar Beauty shops are ruining the land. turned: to their home in Palutka after Ask for the illustrated chart-folder No. 601 I
rest. It is alleged that he killed his Today a single eyelash worries a woman or
roads. a three weeks visit here with ham i
frond and 20 miles of sand-clay
i wife by cutting her throat with a I more than a sink full of dirty mother !Mrs. Julie hell | for the booklet, "'f he Greyhound of the Office."

Jacksonville-Agnus Martin young razor following a quarrel with her dishes. l\Ie..sr.. T. V. Williams, Uogiin Nabh I
bite woman pleaded guilty to because she had attended a frolic ynk Williams Frank Parrish and : I
"What brought about the divorce? i
i[charges of arson in criminal court and without his permission. "Oh between his cellar and her Joe S. Williams were visitors to L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.

f was sentenced to the state prison farm Marceller they just couldn't hit it oft." leilbionn Springs Sunday. I

Ifor two years by Judge James M. Lee-burg-C. M. Adams propietor -TimesUnion.Our !Miss Rose Johns. of New River has | Executive' Office : : S't't1 CU5E. N. Y.
{Peeler. She was alleged to have fired I of a small dry goods store on one of ant Bred school here find in making

"the women's detention quarters at the the main corners of this city was held Orange avenue girl says she her homo here with her sinter, Mrs. ':' I 120 West Adams Street, J Jacksonville, Florida
[city prison farm a month ago which I up and killed in his store shortly after reckons water on the brain is what C. H. Brown. I I

(resulted in their destruction. Mary I 11 o'clock Saturday night. At the makes lots of people's hair wavy.- Leroy' Waisden of Manning und '

(Lester her*alleged accomplice, was sounds of shots policemen rushed Eustln Lake Region. Miss. Juanita Smith, of Jacksonville .
' discharged. I through the front door as three men visited her grandmother Mrs. S. l K.'ones ,
I all of whom it is believed shot When a young fellow takes his
here Sunday. I
Tavares-A request of the Lake I Adam. left by a side door barring It I flapper fo a restaurant "the bill of Mcsserx. DoganNabb J. G. Wynn |I I
commissioners that water Before the police could the fair" generally flattens bin wallet.JIacclenny .
county lifter them. Joe S. Willliams, Lewis Parrish and 1 : mrnmlDlDmmmmlXJlDGl: : > tpaklnllnl" lalIDIIIGIIDCDmaImmm""IICIICIIDClllDIIJIIII/
('hyacinths he cleared out of Lake Apop- reach the street the men had rushed I Standard. I.ynk[ Williams and Shames. I.urilu
Ika is to be made by a committee off in a dilapidated automobile and)
T. C.;
has been the Moore! Mamie Hnll\ and Mrs.
Another tax put on politeness -
f appointed: at a meeting here attended disappeared. It is said they entered I j lleaibSaturday
by directors of county chamber of the store and ordered Adams. to fellow of mere males. They have to Thomas motored to Hampton tit d. het A .tt aA A loanAA ttf A

commerce and representatives. of the them and when he refused he five( up their seats Tribune.in barber shop to Herbert evening.Thomas of Jacksonville. ,

|West Orange and the Orange county was shot and instantly killed. The of- women.-Tampa visited his aunt !\Irl!. H. K.: Jones/ ,

chamber of commerce. Cities on the ficials of the city believe the men were If bobbed hair has served no other here Friday.

southern shores of the lake had some enemies of the merchant. purpose, it has relieved a long suffering Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith Mrs.! It.

|success already in disposing of the public from J any stale prohibi- L. Brown and Dogan Nabb mutondLo ,
yacinths. Tallahassee White and negro tion jokes.-Fernanclina Record. Karlton; Beach Thursday evening
in Florida are running a 1
Mr. S. E Jones; was a visitor to 1l
> Jacksonville- A warrant charging neck-and-neck race in number of The Palatka News man refuses to

I. E. Bell twenty-year-old taxi driver escapes, recaptures pardons and pa- approve "the girl who makes up her Louise one day last. week. .
visitor to
W J. R"bpr..on
wan a
faith manslaughter for alleged running roles, but the number of negrees sent Face and does her ntils and won't doa
: down and fatally injuring three- to prison greatly exceeds the whites. darned thing for her elbows." Sturkc last week.
will nil I!
of Alachuu
HeHillings/ ,
with hisb
|year-old Catherine Arnold This ii disclosed in compilations for
Friday, will be sworn to in the the 11)23) : report of the state prison Says Clothing Max Great Influence his regular appointment here Saturday -
, [court of Justice of the Peace M. D. clerkThomas E. Andrews who ispreparing on Women's Mind.-Headline. night Sunday and! Sunday night.

Craig and Bell will be released on $2ICOO ,- the biennial record of his Huh-then some of 'em have darned F.\'rvhudj' invited, to attend.
Mr. und Mr C. K. Brows :Misses I
to agreement the little on their minds.-Times-Union.
bond according an department for submission to _
Trenched b"tween"arren C. Lee attorney next 1 legislature. The records show -- --.... -...-.__...u..UUhUhh.--- -- . '
The flush colored peek-a-boo waists
[ for the defense and state's at- that during 1 1923! state prisoners to wearing .. I
lump of the women are now .
Bell will furnish bond his received Of >::
tont..YM. the number Til were
leads to wonder if summer arelothct
a man
Attorney said.j'ensacolIICash. these 170 \"i "M while and :275: negroes.: .. and summer not.-Macclenny Calomel is aDangerous

Thirty-tw" uhitc r j n-nners' wen itiv-' ,
I bond of $1;; wa en conditional, l I'"J i l I ri-, and thr'j-I""I, itunilard. SIXVa1ve.in.head

[forfeited in police court here Monday "Women in bathing suits are un- Drug

(by a man who gave the name of Bud sr M'lflsh" says the Tampa Tribune

Fisher. age :37, who claimed to be thenoted ears Huthmg Resort Editor. "They don't

[ cartoonist. He was arrested Sunday wear them for what they see in them
, Have Proven Nut Dose may Salivate You
Intoxicated "
night in an but for what others may see.
and when asked if he was the cartoon- i it Good For Loosen Teeth or Start engineofcoliTSCFourwheelbrakes

|fat replied vociferously in the affirm Sweet Young Thing: "Oh grandmaI'm Rheumatism
ative. Police were inclined to believe I going to have my miniature painted -

fthe man was an impostor. lie was of ."
(slender build weighed about 110 Grandma; : "Great heavena--don't') alnmrl. IA mi-rrury. 1'Urkoilv'r Iter..t.
lMinto bile
, pounds, had dark brown hair and a I I do ,it The lips and cheeks are bad ramping, and sour nirlo-ninif you tynamltl'1

\sallow! complexion. ,noutfh." attarlu the bunm and should never be .
and Low
put into your .yot'om. pressure tires
;_PensaCOla'A tr
ninety-eight A TONIC If you fowl bilious, hf il .hy, eon.tepaled
"hours of dancing three couples remained Your father and mtnHfiitltcr knew and all knocknl out just tf t"
and rru.t. *d Wmt ramith'B. Chill Orove's Tasteless' chill: Tonic' : remotesEnergy
on the floor at 11 o'clock to- I Tontr iuaas-then and f..Ih..t&odAY and Purifying and 1'r ilrutfginl and get! a ,bottle of [)oJ.
.night in the mid-summer gulf coast hD w and j_ it with .h..lute oo'. Liver Tun for a fw cents whirha nzzis2seeiP.oursel9
.' cnnftdcncc- For your and old it isroUab a Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its a harmless r'(ftahlM substitute fordantrTuu Cl'oily
marathon Sanders Beach muni- .
at a nn4ma'.ns'
pr rripUnn;
mad und.r tine formula for 60 year. strengthening Invigorating effect see, how ealimrl' Take a spoonful and
'' \If ,it duritn't start pier and) C7
checks and howit your
it color the
brings to
',CmLDBEN'S FATAL DiSEASES! The randy for malariaJ and othar i better and quickerthan ,
'"':Worms and parasites in the inUntioMJt I 11.fnverv....., .including,,
children undermine health and K I any ...tine illne e* Popular.... appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's you nick, you just go back and get your
weaken their that they unable :DDAfninotb.II. All drug.torO6 **.
vitality are
Tasteless chill Tonic \U simplyIron moneylimit
to resist the diseases so fatal to child lif'- f WiIIt.h&-9tUa Ch.l.al. K_...C..., .lea and Quinine suspended in syrup. Sopleasant take ealoau-l'! It make you LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
The sofa course U to rive a few doses of children like it. The blood sick the next day it loses you a ,I.,'* .
even M. Smith
White's CI'P&ID'enn u It de!tro>'s work. I>xUon' Liver Tone IraitfhV-n
aDd expcU the worms without the slightest \ (mtersmtthsChill I needs QUI:'iLNE lo Purify it and IRON to yu'i right up and you feel l Rrrst.e No Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

Injury" the health or activity of the Tonic \ Enrich it. Itestroys Malarial germs and .alt _...r,. Give It to the children
.h11. Price 35e. Sold by i Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating .berauM it i* perfectly harmlw and cannot
t All Drag Store Effect. 8Oc:. ..!i..al.e. When better automobile are built Buick will build them

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'I \ : First Baptist church, of Hampton so T. S. Williams at Rest-a-While cottage : Ruf Hoekins says he once knew a

I faithfully for the past two years has f i Kingsley Park for a few days. man who belonged to nine lodges, but
refused to unanimous cull'for\
.ai accept a
;. the coming year. lie has already '! Mrs. Eva Fernandez spent the week- never ran for office, again demon-
end with Mrs. Cady at Kingsley Park. strating that anything can happen.-
Ci.ei planned and outlined his work for next

I : ) year. Rev. Jones is very popular here. i I These are fine days on the Lake Oklahoma City Times.
I His work has all been satisfactory. I
: Shore. Communiters will be sorry to Electric lights on the farms
When he accepted the church here it
Where our boys and girls live,
------- had been without for some
--0 -- a pastor
Will make the
cities' bright charm
1 -pJm'N 2U nlltl Ion time. I Among those registered at Kings- Look less attractive.A .
, During the time he has served ley Park the past week from out of
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-- -- w --- -- has received town Mr. and Mrs. W. D.Dauiherty .
I : the church it sovontyi were: garden is a beautiful book, writ
JOIINSI S. llutto, Misses Mona Alderman, I which its I Mrs. Hattie Creason Enid
Cllltly'fY- i three members brings mem- by the fingers of God; every flower
NUPTIALS :Margaret Long, Vlvlrette Floyd, Mes bership to 177 and the church is in i I Iowa; Edna C. Wilson' Mr. and Mrs. and every leaf is a letter.-Douglas I "Bayer Aspirin"
I srs. II. C. Wall, Abe Bessent, Jim | good working order. We regret very '| S. L. Scneggs, Mrs. T. G. Brough, Jerrold. ,

I A pretty event of Sunday afternoon Kickliter, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Daugh- ,' much to give him up, but wish him I Judge and Mrs. B. D. Heir, B. D. Heir,
I :
I J was the marriage of Miss Audrey erty, Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Daugherty, much success in a better field. i Jr., Robert Heir, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fish are reported coming out of a INSIST; Unless you see the

i i Pauline Johna to !Mr. Charles Negley I Jr. and Mrs. Hattie Creason of: Enid, I i Miss Estelle Hobby who has been Rhoden, Mary Parker McCraw, well drilled for oil in California. Prob- I "Bayer Cross" on tablets you

" It i Christy, of Tarentum, Pa., the marriage Oklahoma; Rev. anti Mrs. A. Paul visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bowden, of I, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bar- ably suckers who invest in the promo- are not getting the genuine

, I taking place at the home of thebride's I II Daugherty, of Stewart, Iowa. I Macon, has returned to her home here bers and children, :Mr. and Mrs. E. T. tion stock.-Portsmounth Times. I
i I parents Mr. and Mrs S. n.j this week. '! Hollingsworth and son and daughter, Bayer Aspirin proved safe by

I Johns, on the corner of Ninth and N. SUI'IUSE SIIOWEU I I Dr. and Mrs. Wagner, of Lake '! Jacksonville; W. J. Estes, Atlanta, Dr. Frank Crane takes the trouble 1! millions and prescribed by physicians -
j JOHNS to copyright an article in which he
j I Walnut streets. f"UnUSS: .| Geneva were business visitors here 'Ga.; Travis, K. P. Nelson, Jacksonville declares "Love I for 24 years.
Rev. A. : is
tremor. Thereare
Just before the ceremony a
: this week. M. Venables and family, W. F.
I j of Stewart, Iowa, Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Misses Madge ; a lot of people who can tell him I Accept
Paul Dougherty, i only a
the I
t Griffin and Vivrette i Kerival Service at Baptist Roberts and family, Archer.
Ethel ,
effectively sung, "0. Promise Me. i Church that love is very much more than that, few

I Promptly at five o'clock, while Miss: Floyd gave a afternoon delightful from surprise 4:30 to I I Revival services will begin at the Mr. Holloway of the State Board and no copyright on the telling, either. J Bay'r package
Mona Alderman played Lohengrin'sBridal shower Friday .1 i i of Health was a caller at Kingsley -TimesUnion.. I
church this week. These services -
A I Chorus, the bridal party entered ; 6:30, complimentary to Miss Audrey Mr Baptist will be conducted by Rev. P. T. I[ Park Tuesday of this week. lIe took The churches I,I which contains proven directions
Pauline Johns, whose marriage to I city have their elec-
I the The bride came down a sample of Kingsley lake water Handy "Barer" boxes of 12 tablet
room. away
Dania who faithfully\ I I|
I Charles Negley Christy was a pretty Taylor, of so tric fans, but the good, old palmettofan
followed her Also bottles of 24 and 100-Drugging
I the broad stairway by I series to be analyzed by the State Board of I
f i matron of honor Mrs. J. E. Corpen- event of Sunday afternoon.The I and successfully conducted a He Health. Mr. Cady will also have the still waves back and forth to the A.nlrfn' ,In tho truilo mark of Hirer Munuacturt
of meetings here summer. rhythm of the ( of Uonoaoitlcaclilnur of
i in the a1ICll1cocl
tng, and maid of honor Miss Ethel (I shower was given at the beautiful will be assisted by Rev. A. S. Jones. water supply at Kingsley Park anal- church sermon country
i while
Griffin. The bridegroom and his best home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cor- I invited attend and Ized for purity and medicinal qua"titles.ltOOKEn parson expoundsone
'I North Walnut street. Yel > Everybody are to hundred per cent religion in his Pink cheeks from drinking mi k
Carl Johns met the bride on
.a i man Mr. worship with us. Bad roads serve as shirt sleeves. :
l/wiand I Times-Union.
I end the party proceeded to the double white were the colors used In will not rub off.I' .
II a barrier no longer.
and) stood under suspended decorating the spacious rooms, and i
living rooms Rev. Windam, pastor of the Methodist Brooker 15 Miss
1 Aug. Lydia
ornamented bya the flowers used were yellow zinnias, ---- ---
t I floral canopy, I i| and church, filled his regular appointment Groover, of Lake Butler, is spendingthe I'I --- -- --
daisies roses. :
the glow,
large white ribbon bow streamers golden
last Sunday.The .
I here i I week-end with her mother, Mrs.
extending to tall baskets of flow- :! The bride-to-be was not aware of the following\ officers were elected Jim Groover. I

j ers. The impressive ring ceremony I, fact that she was to be given a shower \ by the Senior B. Y. P. U. last Sunday I' I i I II Sri)
Mrs. J. L. Shriver who has been
was performed by Rev. William I). but when she entered the porch

j I' Daughterly, Jr., of the Christian and the wedding march pealed forth, Ii evening President: : Ada Minima. I' spending sometime at Pablo Beach

, church: of Enid, Oklahoma. During she quickly realized the situation. The Vice-President: Eva Williams. has returned home. I

the ceremony Miss Alderman softlyplayed I guests' were entertained by the following Secretary: Beulah Wheeler. A. D. Crosby and nephew, Bobble II

11 I, Shubcrt's Ave Maria. musical program: Corresponding Secretary: Jessie who have been visiting here returnedto

i The bride was must becomingly attired 1 Piano: (a) Two Springs (Grieg) ; (b) I Williams. their home in Jacksonville Monday.

in a traveling suit of biege satin Santaise Impromptu (Chopin-) Bible Readers Leader: Canine I II Floyd Wiggins and Gerald Adkins,

.I I I buck crepe, with capo and accessories ; Miss Mona Alderman. Wheel r.I I of New River motored here Sunday. '
'!!; to match, and wore u corsage bouquet :I! Voice: At Dawn (Cadman)-Mrs.\ i Choirist: Edwin Wheeler. I Misses Laura Wynn and Mattle I eiL i

I I of bride's roses and lilies of the val I Florence" Powell, with Miss Ethel I Grouif; Captain No.1: Prof. Carl Ogden spent the Week-end at their

I I ley. The matron of honor, Mrs.\ Curd Griffin as accompanist. I Lnwhorne. respective homes, Starke and Graham.A. .
, ''I I I d! penlng, wore green crepe de chine and I i '
No. 2 Gladys Green.Committees
with Captain : :
\ The honor guest was presented Group D. and Eugene Crosby, Lottie '
e i carried an arm bonnet of pink carnations I a basket filled with a shower of dainty ', appointed were as follows -' Gainey spent Friday in Lake Butler. II IILG it .
I and ferns; the maid of honor, ,
I 1 Miss Griffin, wore pink de chine gifts: and at the close of the pleasant : Misses Laura Wynn, :Mattie Ogden
I afternoon the hostesses served gold I! Program: Ada Nimmo, Wilma Alex-
and Mrs. A. J. Wasdin entertained
I and also curried pink carnations. and white brick cream and cake, the ander, and Mrs. V. Wheeler.. '
Mrs. C. J. Crews and Miss Lottie F
: The color motif of the decorations I ,
: W. B.
and Social Jessie Williams, Mrs.
favors being of shnsla daisies : I
,, I was pink and green, tastefully carried Alexander, and) Earl Van Allstine. I I Gainey at tea Wednesday evening.Mrs. I IIII
out in every detail the mantel! beIng I fern.The I Free Wynn, Mrs. K.I I R. A. Weeks and children who I.
Membership: I.I
banked with ferns, asters and guests included !Mrs. Florence and Eva Williams. :I have been .spending the summer at ,
Powell Mrs. R. J. Davis, !Mrs. Ida. W. j B. Watterson, Kingsley. lake have returned home.I I
pink roses. I left last Monday for'I
t J.
The bride is a handsome young lady Tutum, of Jacksonville Mrs S. R. 1 Miami where he will visit his daugh- : J. II. Kelley spent the week-end at
i'' of the brunette type, is the older Johns, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. O. I Shady Grove where he attended
Hitch Misses I I Iter, :Mrs. Dennis Brannen. I
J. Grimn, Mrs. N. T. church.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Johns, Rev. will preach at the
I and has spent most of her life in Florence Matthews, Janet Durden, of Church Depew of Christ next Sunday morn- i I P. A. Crosby and son, Eugene were
{ Starke where she has many warns. Tampa, Marguerite Shriver, Ail eon visitors to New River Wednesday.
Alvarez, Hilda and Kate Struth, Isabel ing and evening. Little Miss
a l 1 friends. Mr. Christy was formerly I Mrs. W. B. Roper who has been for I I Evelyn Stump, of Discussions are Ended
from Tarentum, Pa., but has been in and Beatrice Bullen, Elizabeth several months in Jacksonville has re- Starke, who has been visiting Iris
I Florida for the several Brownlee, Louise Fernandez, Katie Brown has returned home. She was
past I
1' i years Belle Green, Jeanette Matthews, Mona' I' turned to her home this week. I home Does home know of mind all
lie is an industrious young man of :Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futch had as ,I accompanied by little Miss your a peace through paying
good habit and! i is a trusted employeein and Blanche Alderman, Lucile Johns, i Brown who returned home Monday. bills check
j i I the wholesale store of Thelma Brinson, of Fiftone. 'their guests last Sunday, Mr. and :Mrs. Olgle Prevatt, of Valdosta, by ? It relieves you of a mass of detail---because
grocery Mrs. T. G. Futch, of Leesburg. I
,y ,, Johns & Company. J OH N SON-COLSON j :Master Lesie Futch left last Monday I Ga., is here visiting her brother, S. a returned cancelled check is the best of possible receipts.
M. Moitt.
Immediately after the ceremony an for Leesburg where he will visit ,
I Informal reception was held, after Mr. and) :Mrs.V.. W. Colson, Sr. his cousin, T. G. butch, Jr. I, :Miss Lottie Jordan has returned to When you open a checking account at this bank we furnish -
which Mr. Mrs. left the of her home at Trenton after a delightful I
and Christy on announce marriage you checks and a pass book free, showing deposits
the six o'clock train for the honeymoon their daughter I FIVE MILE visit at the home of Mrs. G. I I
I trip to :Miami and Palm Beach. Sudie Lee Colson. D'I and withdrawals at all times. I

The wedding guests were: Dr. and I to I IJr. I Five Mile, Aug. 15Mrs. F. L. :Misses Leata Pauline, Tommie and
I i Mrs. W. E. Middleton and family, !\ Lester W. Johnson Drawdy attended the funeral of her I LaVern Osteen, of Plant City, who I I Do not risk I losing your money or having it stolen I when I

Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Canova and Thursday July thirty-first I nice, Mrs. Joe Shaw, of Aluchua, have been visiting their grand parents! this service is open to you without cost. You will quickly

family, Mrs.. Florence Powell, Miss Folkston, GeorgiaMr. Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen returned I

Blanche Mi-Nell, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. and !Mrs. Colson and family are Mrs Henry Aleson, Bf:! Longwood home last Wednesday.Mr. appreciate the many advantages of a checking account.

Canova and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. former residents of Starke, having and Mrs. A. L. Guln, of.Brooker, and Mrs. John Crews of Lake

&R' E. John. Ol'lltrice Johns, Miss Inez I charge of the Marion Hotel for several ,, were culled here by the illness and' Butler spent last Sunday here with !

1(0itttr\ : and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan, !Mr. I II months. They are now residents of death of their mother, Mrs.\ Martha I I I Mrs. Crews' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.I I Bradford County Bank

I and :\11"1. T. P, Wall, Mr.: and Mn. I.. Jacksonville. j, Parrish. : J. Morgan. I I
f ;r '1Ii The funeral services were conducted I A. J. Wasdin who is teaching school 1 I ,

ft' I !>y Elder J. R. Dukes, and the interment | at Sampson was a weE'kend'I..itor
was in the family plot at Elzy's Established 1889
6 .. M 1l- a ap I I here.Turner I
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Chapel, Saturday. Brooker, of LaCrosse was
IK. -._._-. Y I' Mr. and Mrs Hill Carlton left Sat visitor here I "Bradford
p .a a Tuesday. ; County's Fimncial} Stronghold"

1 1I urday for Longwood.J. I Vernon Edwards and daughter, I

I County News' Items 1 11 T1 N. Gainey, of Lake Butler, spent Miss Virginia, of Palmetto are "spending n ___ _
: the week-end here with friends. some time here with relatives

:Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as and friends. -..-

= = week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. A. E. I Royce, Lois and Toledo Gamey i ,

J Proctor, of Sapp, Mr. and Mrs M. motored to Starke Saturday. EIGHT AUTO SMASHUPS: Our $5 and $10 Automobile i
: Uter..tin0 fact Gathered During itVe U by OurRegular -
i H P. Dekle, of Lake Butler.Mr. I J. A. Eoutrijtht had the misfortune I II JAX ROAD SUNDAYGainesville
Corree'ondents '
I and Mrs. N. J. Parrish, of Pine I to stick a small wire knitting needle July-29-There were Personal I Accident I 1 I

r I Hill section were visitors here Friday. through his hand Saturday afternoon. eight automobiles wrecked the Policy covers all injuries re- I

.--.... I Mrs. J. R. Davis, of Ala hua, Mr. We wish him a ipj -dy recovery. 1 road between this city and Jack on 1
r and Mrs. Tom Dubose, of Tampa and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Mrs Millie Gaine)', by head on. ceived by an auto, whether -
t'' LAKE HUTLEU i was a revival mwting going on at the on collision and one over
Revels are visiting their mother, A. L. Green arid family, J. E. Clemons o'j
turned down er anthers
embankment or to .
Baptist church and the members of an Sunday yours up
'1.!: Lake Butler, AUKIS l Tuesday). the Christian church attended it. j Mrs William Roberts, who is seriously and many others attended the funeral )i; night. $2500.00. 1

I.: f morning quite n little party left here ill. of Mrs. Martha Parrish at Elzy'sChapel '
j in automobile to spend the day at Miss Lula Seaborn entertained the \ G. D. Fain-loth and son, Leroy, were Saturday. I'I j Agency Established 1886 ;
Junior D. Y. P. U at her residence I
Melrose where they expect, to fish in visitors here Saturday. I Mrs. Jim Groover spent Sunday at I 'j
,i' Lake Swan The party consist of lust Saturday from 4.30:: to 7. Ice ,Icr.'am John Millin, of Worthington and- Little Springs with her parents', \1r.1: J- R. DAVIS I & CO.: !
and cuke served. There
,I' Rev. L. A. !Bawls, and daughter, :Miss were a'' John Edenfield, of Midway, were hereon and Mrs. Bob Dukes. :
was quite a large attendance and ,
: Agnes, of Tampa, Rev.V.. O. Doyle business Monday. I
delightful time spent.Mrs. | All national parks and national .
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and family, N. 1Rob..rt.: and family
) : J. E. Harper and Miss Amelia ZIFF monuments are under the '' ,. 9
Mrs. J. 11. Scarboro and two daugh '
Harper, who have been visiting relatives -, ion of the secretary of the supervis.'I''I' '
ters Misses. Onnie and Lula, :Mrs. Zilf, Aug. 15-:Mr.and Mrs. Mallie .
Dora Edwards, Mrs. Leaman Rivers and friends in South Florida Thomas and children, of Starke spent In Zululand the atmosphere is so i LUMBER BRI 1
for a couple of week, returned homeSunday. CEMENT
:; and Misses PerberthVilliams! and ,Sunday here with their sister, Mrs. J. clear that object can be seen by DOORS
i :
Ruby Diggers. \W. Lewis. light at a distance of seven star-I' BUILDERS j

k :Mr. C. W. Dudley, of Jacksonvillewas I HAMITON.I I :Mrs Howard and children, Ellen I HARDWARE "

," .: in Lake Butler Sunday in the interest i I..and Gid spent the week-end here with China's unused resources are said SHERWIN' Everything. !
Junior Class I Hampton, Aug. 15 Mr. and Mrs. C. to be similar to those of the United i WILLIAMS "
: .l(j of the Training I her daughter: :Mrs. R. B. Thomas. ..: for'
for Sunday school workers. He 1 spoke E. Harper and! Prof. Duval were visitors Miss Rhoda Thomas has returnedto States 400 years ago. PAINT. \ .

I J at the Methodist church at o'clock. | to Cedar Keys last Sunday. :' 1 her home here after spending last A :New-' York man has invented a I KYANIZE, ,' Building mad I y,

, I lie is Superintendent of Springfield Mm. Willie Haynes and daughters ,week with friends and relatives at j'' new kind of safety pin. The old fash- VARNISHES )
I Methodist Sunday school which is front Vidalia, Ga., are the guest of I Pine Hill. Repairing
ioned has
safety pin always been able
1 said to be one of the best conducted Mr. and Mrs.\ 0 lUyni'S this week. Misses Minie I Hodges left Saturday to hold up its own. : CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY I ,j

Sunday school: in the state. I I Mr. J. 11. Croft has returned from :t for her home at New River after I I

Mr. W. S. Pretoria accompaniedby I Georgia where he hat been the guest pending i some time with friends. They ought to change the name of STARKE, FLORIDA I '1 i

his son and daughter were visiting of his mother, Mrs. Croft. j Pervis Lewis and sisters Opal and the Anti Saloon League to the Anti | A

friends in Lake Butler this week. | Mr. J. 11. Torruns and family left I Lulamae) visited' friends at New River Bootlegger's League since the open
: :M. Callahan and this week for Ludowici, Ga. where I'
Mr. and Mrs K. '.I Saturday and Sunday.! saloons are out of existence. -
daughters' :Misses Thelma, Ethel, Lil-) i| they expect to make their future
future home. I Miss I Linnie Parker spent the week- I Florida farmers are making a wise 1
(ian and Margaret, were the guests I GET YOUR MONEY
of Rev. and :Mrs. F." ,..t. Cramer this I V. B. Wheeler, and J. II. Croft left end' at LaCrosse with her brother> move by adding a few dairy cows to I PROMPTLY

week. I last Monday for Miami, and other, 'Jeff Parker. their farm projects. INMAN &

Mrs. :M. J. Sapp who has just un- points of interest on the east coast. I Miss Rosa Hodges ,of New River is i RITCH .t)
The largest bell in the world is that
dergone an operation in a hospital in Mr. Dan Johnson who has been 'I spending a while here with her cou- REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
known as the Great Bell of Moscow
Jacksonville is steadily improving/ located in the Church of Christ parsonage iln Opal Lewis. which weighs 220 tons. INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE, .

I Mrs. Mamie Holcomb, of Jacksonville has moved out of town to the' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were I ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,

and three neices, Ethel, France, Saxon farm. i ihopping in Starke Friday i iKINGSLEY FOR HOME A. D STABLEThe BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS (

Margaret and Willis, were the guests :Mr. and! :Mrs. C. A. Durden, of Tam- ] I' extraordinary Boroiona treatment MADE "

s this week of Rev. and Mrs.\ F. W. i pa, are the l guests of :Mr. and Mrs, : PARK NOTES for flesh wounds, cut, Bores, galls, burns PROMPTLY .

Cramer. T. J. Durden. of and scalds is Just a* effective in the stable -
Mrs R. D. Brown and family .
t Mrs.V.: R. Jackson has aa in the home. Hone flesh heals If
the with
Quite an Interest I.i taken In just return .Gainesville. with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. ,
revival meeting being held at the ed from a visit in Macon, Ga. I Strickland remarkable speed under I iu powerful In- "COCID GETTER fEITIUZER BE MADE WE WOUllf HUE ir
I I'tMcot, Edna and Evelyn ,
fluence. The the
Baptist church conducted by Revs. Mr. and :Mrs. Brack Pervatt of of Starke. enjoyed a holiday and pic- ;' animata as for treatment humans. *First wash same for lol ly ISO Pderlbt.f tlw .M nlUbl' "SIMON PI-RE" ind "(;EM BRANDS" .._ .
L. A. Rawls and W.. G. Doyle. Starke. visited Mr. Prevatfs sister after infectious with out ready; ...taI.h.. FAIL PRICER. Standard .f QUALITY f.11.. part f.rtr r.... with
lie: at Kingsley Park Thursday (trims liquid Borosone,
Rev. \V.McGurie: filled\ his regular :Mr*. Frank Johnsn. and the Boroione Powder completes the FUrida Gn.,... Prier rt.M- .alitr ....I..*..... Not ih. .._.-l..t. th. BEST for rfJta. -
loon. .. .,
appointment at the Chn tian church Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was a business// healing prortwa. Rice (liquid) 30c, 60a A''" ( prl<.U.I INSECTICIDES. SPRAYERS. DUSTERS and DUSTS.

Sunday at 11 o'clock. There was no visitor to Starke last :Mr. and !Mrs. H. II. Young and and 11.20. Powder 30c and 60c. Sold by E .0. Fertilizer r.. Jack..iIH FU
preaching in the evening as there Rev A. S. Jones who has served the ;Theodore are guest of Mr. and Mrs.l' AD Drag StorM ,
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1921. 1
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; Dr. Chace, of Jacksonville, spent Allen Porter vs Sam Mickern, distress DEATH IN LAKE BUTLEROF
Sunday with his daughter, Mrs J. C. I Thursday night as heretofore an-
proceedings entered.
Hoover. Mr. Evans of MRS :M. H. MARKET nounced. This change has been made
II. J. Sweat J. I
vs Scarborough, attachment

Bits ol LocalrIllhrllliltjoll @ was also a guest of Mr. and Mrs. suit begun. ; Lake Butler, Aug. 7-Mrs. Al. II.I I i because some who desire to attend tho
Hoover program cannot be Thurs-
State vs Charlie Wilkinson, transporting Markey, a highly, esteemed citizen of 1 day night. un
and possessing liquor. Trial Lake Butler, died (at her home hero at
Col. and Mrs. A. S. I A rare treat is i ill tore, for all who
Crews had as set for 10 a. m. August 20th. an early hour this morning. Her death
guests Friday, J. B. Dowling, of Lake State vs John Hodge, issuing worth was due to heart trouble. She was taken attend the week night and Sunday
Butler, Judge Kelly, of 1Iadisonr.. ies ill services and all are cordially invitied;
Concerning Our People, Business and ? checks. Trial set August 16th, 3 yesterday and everything possible
00 0 V. E. Dowling and daughter, of Jack. p. m. was done for her. Ilor' husband I to attend' every service Come.

ty and Town.Mrs. sonville. Mr. Murkoy, was in South Florida and III IIS FOK WOOD
I CKAHAM.liruUESMr. ) was given the sad news by telephone I I

I Margaret and Ed Net, Jr., are Milton L. Graham and Miss and was expected today. The funeral]'i I The trustees of Starke High School
II. A. Bishop spent !Mrs. spending the month of August with Marie Huuhea, both will prohably take place tomorrow. I I I I will receive sealed bids until noon
Tuesdayat popular
the lake. I of !Miami Henry Freeman and little eon,, their grandmother, Mrs. Jennie C. people of the New River section,young were Mrs. Markey was an old resident of I j I I Saturday, August 30th, for twenty-
!Mrs. are visiting her mother,, Net, at her cottage, Salty Brae, married by Judge Green at the court this county and hud a number of live cords of 4-foot wood to be delivered I
Josephine Edwards Pablo friends who extend heartfelt and stacked at the school
Miss Marguerite Shriver house sympathy building/
Saturday, at four o'clock
Wednesday in Jacksonville.J. spent I Mr. They left for Sarasota immediatelyafter p. m. to the bereaved husband.HApnsr I in Stiirke not later than October 1tUh.
and Mrs. Joe Hoover spent:: Mr. and Mrs. Brooks
Shipmnn and : Green hill pine into
split convenient
Monday and I ceremony, where they will ciiuitcii BULLETIN.The I
C. Manning and family motoredto Davis at Tuesday with Mrs. Katie> 1 baby, of near Deerlield, spent Monday reside in the future. size for use in boiler with a small
the State Farm Sunday.J. I Kingsley lake. here at the Seminole on a visit to the regular services of the church amount of seasoned rich pine for kindling

Mrs.\ I' former' father, Col. V. J. Sliipmun.. NOTICE will bo heM on Sunday. Bible school is preferred.In .
Roy Edwards and children Green Cove Times. I
L. Peek was a business visitor to have been in Jacksonville visiting her' On Friday evening I at 8 p. m., at 8:43: a. m., Prof. Wiggins superin submitting proposals bidder
Green Cove Springs Tuesday.T. tendent. Last Sunday there were new must specify' in writing tho kind of
mother August 15th
Mrs E. C. at the Christian church
George.Mr. Rev and Mrs.
B. D. Law Mrs. Allio
'I' will bt scholars added and a number of visi- wood they propose to furnish.
A. Brinson, of Fiftone, was a Law and daughter, Miss Doris, of and given music.a program of entertainment tore present. Thus far we are having 1hid.,, .. with 'the undersigned.
and Mrs[ H. C. Richard, of Pa- Xew Smyrna, motored here Monday the for .
business visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. record summer attendance. K S MATTIIKWS;
latka, were week end guests of his i and are guests of :Mr. and -Mra.! A. E. D. Daugherfy/ who graduated S !I.-.:lit. 'linii'iiinn .
> Itimrd 1 1'1'11"irENTAWORD
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Divine worship At 11:00 when the '' '
from the :: I
mother, Mrs. Emma Richard. I Wall and friends. College of Fine Arts at I
Miss Margaret Ennis, of Tampa, is I'hilip'n University will give six coniiiiil pastor: will have for his subject: "Our
visiting her aunt Mrs. J. W. I told dramatic Temptations," the eighth sermon I j
Morgan. !Miss Lucile Deal readings.A. / in
of Putnam Hall,, Among the visitors to Stnrke Sun-
I !Paul I. he: series on what is called! The Lord's;
and Miss Dougherty sing a solo
Nancy Hankin, of Palatka, day were: L. B. Alexander of Gainesville o ,
Mrs. W. L. Wall
last Prayer
spent week hi
in and mid his wife will
with spent Sunday here with friends.A I ; Mr. Anderson, of the state road I ... "h. .., sing. n. duet
Jacksonville Mrs. Rob Richard. I I !: department; Col. Tom. Fielding, of \v. i I'. unugnerty'viii/ sing also. Evening worship at 8:00: : Last Sunday
daughter was born to Mr. and Gainesville; Bub Dinkins and Roy There' will be eight specialities ofmusic. a large congregation was presentfor
Mr. and Mrs. DeAV'itt C. Jones \
spent Mrs. :Matthew the second sermon on Bunynn'sPilgrim's
Dixon, of the Heilbronn Reddish, of Lawtey.The .
several days in Jacksonville this week. Springs section, Sunday morning. An evening of fun and entertainment l'rowrMs.Ve: accompanied; )

----.- I i i- /guaranteed.The Pilgrim an far as Thu Valley of Humiliation -

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell went to Madison Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa, spent motored following here Sunday persons: Mr.from and Waldo Mrs. proceeds will be given to Mr.' the illuHtrntioiiA on the Kilt ItKNT; .-- Compl.'tuly furnish.fourroom .-.! l

Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. the week end at Kingsley lake as a j I L. H. Raulurson, Mrs. J. L. McCauley, W. E. )11l1A'hfl.ty] who has for sometime screen making mom real] the experiences cottage at Kingxlcy lake.

guest of Col. and :Mrs[ A. Z. Adkins. I J. E. Eliason, Sam and Charles Long, been nick. of ono who begins the) journeyto :Motor bunt. !\I 1''''. Neff Starke It*
Green peas by the hamper wanted.J. The admission will Hn in cents and heaven Next Sunday wo shall gowith -
I Mr. and Mrs. L. Clemmer, Miss Ger- 1'OR: :SAl.K-\ : :: (i barrul.s; of white
F. Kickliter. Miss Luvilu Mitchell 215; cents at the door. Come. him through till trials of Vanity cone
71 -- 9 i Monday after returned home trude Godby, Will Jolly and family. ---- Fair, witness the death of Faithful syrup) :i.r gallon barrels, $t.OO a !gal f
spending two weeks In I NEGIC$111; ; / : hi' AT SAMPSON:; lon. A. J. Underhill Stnrke. U*
Dr. W. E. Middleton and son, Gerald I I Tampa with !Miss !Margaret Living- I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. andMrs and his ascent to glory. The pictures :a

spent several days in Jacksonville this ston. :[ A. C. Durden and daughter Miss Wednesday morning early Will are of the best, and the explanationof FOR SALK[:-!Moat hogs from 1 yearto 1

week. I I' Jeanette, of Tampa, Herbert and Hilda Ranee, negro, of Sampson City, shot them makes the story very real to :'J! yours old Trice $5 to $10, according -
Col. and !Mrs D. E. Knight, of Burden of Hampton, and Owen another negro, name unknown, following all. Bring your family and friend. to Hist. A. Starling Green
Dr. E. L. Biggs made a professional Starko, were guests of Dr. and Mra. '' Griffin spent the week-end tit Kings- n dispute. The load of birdshot with you Cove Spring, R. A. Ilex 70. 8-15-lt

trip to Jacksonville Monday after. J. E. IalnesIonday.Lake! Butler ley lake, occupying one of the Canova struck' thc-victlm in the face, but he is cmTitcTi 1>F ciTuisTLast -- .' '
noon. Times 1 cottages reported, to be in no immediate danger FOR SA 1.1'1: 1-2 horsepower Fairbanks -

I I by the J physician attending. Stray Lord's ]Day was a great Jny at Morse gasoline anglnc.chenp, '

Earl Roberts of Lawtey, was o Mr.\ and Mm. Leviton and daughter, I I Edward Edwards has returned to shots also]. struck a negro woman nearby the church. Tho Daughterly brothers. practically new. Replacing It with
guest Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Rosa, and Frank Carpenter spent Sun Fort Pierce after spending several slightly injuring her. I preached and sang to tho delight and electric motor. Electric, Shoe Shop, ,;

Biggs. day at Mineral City, Fla., near Pablo days in Gainesville the guest of his Ranee immediately made his escape edification of all in attendance. Starke.- .. ..._. It.

Beach. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and from the scene of the shooting! and up Wm. D. will preach next Sunday at FOR SA[, ':-rhaap, ; big John Deem
Col.! A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was in I I :Sire James C. Adkins to this. '
at their resi- time has not been apprehended 11 a. m. Subject: The Last Christ.A. new tmililo stock iilmv, newt; two
Lake Butler Tuesday.-Lake Butler Mrs. JV.. "McCollum and Mrs. J. dence on West University avenue. : by officers.la Paul, will preach Sunday night, Sanltnirebroodurx, capacity lOll

Times. M. Pepper, of Gainesville, spent Monday Gainesville Sun. unless he decides tu return to Iowa. chicks; new Buckeye' blue flame.

at Kingsley lake wiith Mrs. 3.1 There will also he preaching and brooder, :200 chicks; new Smith
Dr. Henry Chace and family, of C. Adkins. Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, 666 song services on Wednesday and banner sprayer; collar, plow chains,
Ocala, are guests of Mr.[ and Mrs Joe Margaret and James C. Adkins, Jr., Thursday nights. The program announced 'tools, c'tc.; rabbits and, guinea pigs;
Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Archer of Jacksonville ,are spending several weeks at Kings- ,
a prescription for Malaria, Chills for Thursday night will be Jersey row Mini 1 heifer Oscar Van
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and chil- ley lake. Mrs. Adkins and children and Fever Bilious given on Friday night instead. of I i ill-I Vijn, east, of Starke. It.
Rev. L. B. Simpson and family are dren, motored to Gainesville Friday ,, and her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of Dengue or Fever.It
at Kingsley lake occupying the Neflf afternoon.Mrs. Starke, motored to Gainesville Fridayfor kills.(the gerniH.COFFINS .
cottage.G. the day.-Gainesville Sun.Mr. -- -

W. B. Haynes and daughters, Cf""
W. Alderman, Mr. and Mrs Geo.C. Misses Allie Mae and Erna, of Fitz- J. T. Howze, manager of the & CASKETS Gainesville Bus Co.
White went to Jacksonville Monday gerald, Ga., were here Saturday with Hart Funiture Company stores here
afternoon.A. old friends. and at Starke, was in the city Sundayfor And a Full Line of

a few hours. Mr. Howze is aliening ) Uad.rta4.r.' S.ppta W. H. HAYS, Operator
C. Durden of Tampa Sat. store for the ut ., .
came Mrs.' Alma McMillan, of Jackson- a new company -- -
urday to visit his daughter, Mrs. O. ville, spent the week-end in Starke Gainesville and will make his home I AUTOMOBILE HEARS!\ GAINESVILLE TO STARKELv

L. Beasley. with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. at that point.-Green Cove Times. Always on hand. The brat ser.tin
Graham I Hotel' 7:00: a.m. Lv I Motel Marion 9:45: a.m'Lv
Lagergren. I at the lowest pric Sp.-
J. L. Frazee, Esq., was in Jacksonville -, Mrs. I). D. Weeks and daughters cUI Itrntion to Ul. rsph ore I WalJo 7:40: aim. Lv I I.itnpton 10:05() a.m.
Friday on legal business before Bryant Hodges, of Jacksonville, Misses Bessie and Hattie Rae of AII! sea. IrIltAor"' Rmbatmrr.DeWITT : .
Lv I 8.0a.m.() Lv Wal lo 10:25
U. S. Court. spent the week end with his wife and achua, and Miss Hattie Wills, of Fairfax I{cl .. .-.- Id Hampton : a.m.

baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. C., motored here Monday. Mrs. I C. JONES Ar Surke 8:20: a. in. Ar Gainesville 11:00 a.m.

Mestira. J. L. Peek and A. J. Thomas P. Hoffman. Weeks and family and Miss Wills TIME TABIE STANDARD TIME
; 1 formerly lived here and have numbersof STARKE FLA
business visitors to Gainesville
were ,
Wednesday.Miss I Cal] D. E. Knight and son, Paul, friends who are always glad to nee ..uG. :7:.1SCCGmb: !!:iTCtO''r"mCJ"FCCS
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returned Monday from a week spentin them. I

Hazel] Middleton] Is spending St. Louis and other points in the
Col.! James H. Bunch, of Jacksonville .
this week at Kingsley lake with MU Middle I States.
Harriet Pitch spoke at the Methodist church I : I

:.Mr. John Padgett and sister, 111811IHelll.itttK Sunday morning on the subject of I ISuncUy I : l-'f'; '"' ... '
motored to Sturke Sunday school work. Mr. Hunch hult'I' I : f'7 r' : k f'f' f//. "..
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son,; "'-... 1 A .r t:'., -,
Leslie in Wednesday aftcrn were Lawtey II ...!
anti : .J
with relatives. : cnce at .Tunulu.iku. N. C.. antI he is i' i It 1., 1 lt. n Pi'il1l ,
I I now arranging for training, classes.. in ''I ; f I
each school! the district. J '.I I I
Mrs Otis Barge and children, of I I A. M. Darby and son Charles, returned Sunday I' \\w stX '111
The training class in Sturke will he- ,
Atlanta, are visiting Mrs A. M. Kelly I I Wednesday night from Baltimore ...
bin the 11th continue
September and
where the latter has been spending I.J.F < h I .I
at Kingsley lake. N ..1 / i. .
through the HHh, and it i is hoped that )
several I months. t I, 'It: k I I" -
I I teachers and other i .
many grown people ::1 \ \ / '
Mrs. D. E Knight spent last week 'I' l I
course in training for Sunday school rt I C:;'Jf'
in Lake Butler the guest of Dr. and Miss Mattie Barley and )Mrs. Roy will take advantage of this excellent CAl.I/IN"'. t i' .(,' -"":'}"" :: a :; i
Mrs. J. E. Maines. I I Roberts who have been guests at the work. .1'' .... ", Ls! 1
home of Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Biggs, 'ft par... .. ..."., I I, ':: l r i iare' I
David P. Coffin and Mr. /and Mrs. S. I have gone to I.awtey to visit relatives. .Motorhts' Creed :u. J !. .,,-.? iJ
I. '." .,,''! 1 ,: :
L. Griffis motored to Starke Saturday. ., I f ,
Johnston News. Mrs. Josephine Edwards, )Sire R. Speeding, speeding, all are speeding, : : 1 :' ,;'\' } t ,. J '

I I O. Daniel and Roy Edwards motoredto Getting caught to pay a fine. II.;/ /" ... ,'A. -...
and the This is but we're I ) ::: ):
Miss Inez Moitt\ of Jacksonville, Gainesville Sunday spent passing, leaving :. I
was the weekend guest of her sister, day wIth1'; '. and !Mrs. C. V. Simpson. Tire tracks on the sands of time. L'/I.' / .
Mrs. P. E. Johns. ;' .. / I r .It, ;'. -- ... ;f I
Good :
Miss !Margaret Long, who is a stu- lleiison I 'ft ,; f .F) ;' Y

Hollis Knight had as guest Saturday dent in Masiey'i[ Business College, lie-I like stuffed-olives best. I I .1, r P 'stl. _"t 1 I
Jacksonville, spent the week-end with
Capt. Lewis Amos, of the University She-Why?
of Florida. her parent, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Long. He-Oh, the dinner guests are not
detracted in counting the seeds on There is a DifferenceDavis
and Mrs. Wilbur Archer returned -
Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez has been plates.
spending several days at the lake with ,to after their a home week spent in South at Kings-Jacksonville BillS CALLED KOIt ON CONN EUWMIHiE and Coolidge now face the future with their ripe or fall completely out of their
friends relatives.
and ley lake with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Robin ; own hands. Their "fortune" depend<<: : upon the action of the voters as it will b
Mrs. )F. A. Scott returned home Saturday son. The Bradford county board of bond at the polls in November.It .

from Jacksonville where she trustees are calling for bids for the ,
was guest of friends L.A Haynes son WB Monday*[born to morning Dr. and and Mrs.the O. construction of the new bridge to be is different with you...and most of us. Your future...your fortune...is up to' you..-

built across New River on the Starke- and alone. '
Mrs J. M. Alvarez and daughter parents are receiving hearty congratulations Raiford road. This will be approximately you
Miss! Aileen, spent several days in on the advent of the young three hundred feet long and, to Success
I comes to those who intelligently start building the foundation of Thrift.
man upon
Jacksonville this week. ,_ i be constructed of untreated timbers.
TEACHER'S--- -EX- A MI NATIONTeacher's |I Bid will be opened at the site of the The penniless man commands neither the attention nor the respect of this hurrying world.

Mrs.[ George Roberts, of Lawtey, i I proposed new bridge at 3 o'clock p. I Peace is impossible without plenty. These things know.
was a guest Tuesday of her sister-in- Examination will be heldat m., Tuesday, September 16th. you

law, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. the at school 8 a. m.house August in 2ht.Starke All beginning applicants IN COUNTY JUIHiK'S: COURT I, Then why not start this week to practice Thrift? In years to come it will repay youa

:\11'. and Mrs. Crews, of Starke visited for Special and Professional State vs Lem-Brown, charged with I thousandfold. The secret of peace of mind is no secret at all. Simply spend less

Mrs. Crews' parents here Sunday. certificate will notify .me B. a WlGGlXS.t once.H. embezzling two buggy wheels. from I than you earn...and save the difference.. A banking institution is the modern method I
-Lake Butler Times.
and M. D.date Newmans.for new Jury trial failed set for to August agree developed to serve you in such endeavor. 'In Starke this bank offers to you the same :

the Miss guest Iris of Epperson Miss Henrietta, of Starke Padgett.is lUth! \U a. m. I' opportunities of profitable saving, investments or business development that may be enjoyed

State vs Joe Mullen, stilling, having
in the land.REASONS
anywhere .
Butler Times.
IlG C'gl : l'I'I'S
r A stilling apparatus, and intoxicating I

in (MHOI ELITE) liquor In his possession. Trial set for
:Mrs B. H. Gray, of Lakeland,
Starke visiting her eons, Messrs. L. Tuesday August 19th, 2 p. m. I ENOUGH WHY YOU SHOULD
R. W. charged with desertion
:,r. and Reginald Gray.- MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK I
released on bond of $.100 for appearance -

Mice Vesta Weeks and Mrs. Adams All Summer Dresses before grand jury. I
week State VH ;Marion Gatlm desertion,

of of Jacksonville}[r.. J. M. ,Brownlee were guests at last Kinsley and Hats in stock- released on bond of (500 for appearance I:1' BANK STARKE

lake. going at reduced pri- before grand jury. : OF

I I Tk. Quinine Tbst Don Not Affect TIM ReadBsr.u. ,
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza ces. .* of It* took and (...tlv. eff_. LAXATIVE ::1 THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
LAXATIVE BROMO QUCTINE T.bl.to " tht ca_ Him U only DM"Bronx Quuu J ayoo.*...wMboai c u.tnt utnmmnmmu or rtatfinftW.CkOVt3n4Mnu.oo I ., -_ ___- _' ____ __ _. --_ ____ .
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I : Jacksonville Eight-family apartment PERFECT HEALTH Jupiter is nearer the sun by more Psychologists say u. man never

I Ii house to be built at Palmetto Fotfa Pill. kMB the system inorder. p.rf.ct than 40,000,000,000 miles in one part I raves for a smoke so much as when
; and Riveria avenue. R.(uUt. lb. bow!U and prod.... his Inst match.
FARMERS and FARMING ZliItonStandard' Ool Company A VIGOROUS BODY of its orbit than in the oposite part. he is reduced to

A ...,....ian .cd" for sick h..ebe :
\ commences construction of $10UUUfilling e..t.ipaUoG,
: station cured the track and field championship -
I.\-I; I'EHS 'mUCK'mtSAn" !
i AND ; INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Tutt's Pills In the Olympic games Those
I :' St. Peterabur road I the most important events

l TO HE BEST SUITED TO OUIt COUNTY I bonds voted. I Tht! condition of the crop by states This the since most they intense indicate nervous possession and men

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.. --- --- Orlando-Stout-Dieterly Company i on August I was! anrmumejl; as.: tal concentration.

I II to open concrete tile plant here. Virginia, !fll ; North Carolina; 58; i Running, Jumping, etc., mean
NEW LLETIN ONCUL'ltRE: : It is commended that a high i pressure \ outh.Carolina, CO; Georgia i 73: ; Flor nothing now except as they indicate

r ; OF GRAPES :230;; to 300 pounds, be maintain- Sarasota-Electric lights being installed I .); Alabama, 70; Mississippi, 72; W ttiS'L brain and This nerve mixed power race behind of ours the,

I Grape Culture in Florida, is the title I cd I at all times to make the spraying on Fletcher avenue. Oklahoma, 92; New Mexico, 83! all which record.is NOT a "Nordic" race, a

of bulletin Issued by the Agricultural effective. Thoroughness is very essen- Belleair Delleview hotel be other states 74. Latin race, a Semitic! or Celtic race,
u new to improved -
I'' tial. No of tho done
I { part foliage or nuts mixed races have
t \is doing as
''I\ I Extension Division of the I should be left unsprayed!, as this gives at. cost of $25,000.LeesburgSanitary_. I The news items! tell of a lady for centuries in Greece Rome,
Florida of In it ---
College Agriculture. | the( disease a chance to spread. and eighty-four years old, with bobbed = iTAKE France, England-beating races
L are discussed the essential phases of : up-to-date hair marrying her eighth husband, that have allowed the breed to stag
and! marketing I lOne pound of arsenate of lead added tourist camp to be established. I By Arthur Brisbane
production harvesting
j who is ninety-seven; there is absolutely nate. __
to each 60 gallons of spray mixture
, i'! I grape I has been found helpful in controlling Tallahassee-Contracts let for road no way to cure "love". young B. G. Lamme is dead. How name
, I I I Major emphasis IB placed. on propagation eating insects such the and bridge construction on state road dream." YOUR CHOICE of our 112,000,000 know his
I pruning, trammer and trul- I good I No. 8. ANOTHER MILESTONE. He was one of the four greatest
+j' lising i / and the controlling of the dis- I Kayso and oil paste have given I electricians in this country. Edison !-

Iallutl<< and insects idVt' 'Ling this.. (plant results UH spreaders, and during this Orlando-$200,000 hotel to be I, MERCHANT FARMERS. Tesla, and Steinmetz were the
I and fruit. A list of grapes suited to rainy weather are needed tq cause erected. I Champ of Champs VALUABLE WASPS. other three. Lamme and Stein-

I the spray to stick.Habitual metz are gone.
, Florida conditions IK !given m -- science
-- of electrical
A master
" order in which they ripen Constipation Curedin Oldamur-100 palms planted in Republicans demonstrate to you Lamme was creator of 150 usefulinventions {

r The bulletin IH written by E. L. I 14 to 21 Days parks in city beautification program. beyond the shadow of doubt that and called "the greatest

Lord, assistant professor of horticul- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is n specially- Northern railroad La Follette will take his votes from mathematician."
ture. It may be secured free upon request -| prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual Western & John W. Uuvis. "Organized labor At his work as chief engineer for
to the Agricultural Extension Constipation It relieves promptly and projected link of Seaboard AirLine t fiI States will desert Democrats," and the Westinghouse\ Company, Lam-
f) Bulletin should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days system, to be in operation by # vts "Davis will get nothing but the me was helped by two sisters, one
. Division Gainesville. Ask for ? artiRS
rl+ to induce regular action. Stimulates and I II January 1, 1025: it is reported. South." with a desk beside his was chief
'r!,, 39. I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. COc designer of direct current motors.
a i per bottle. Ocala-Contract let for hospital Democrats can prove, if you han Those two sisters worked with
{! I KICIUI' SOME OUST; DO YOUR building at state industrial school for I t6ri _,ny intelligence at all, that La Fol- their brother, as the sisters of
i I H'rtJFF PKKTILIZE NOW TO girU. lettu'g vote will be taken from Cool- Herschel and Renan worked with

1 KEEl' LAWNS HEALTHY idge. La Follette is a Republican, their famous brothers.
liy Spud Johnson AFTER SHOWERS STOP St. Augustine-St. Augustine ,:National <. his following is chiefly among farm Such work is better than the fame
Not long ago a little circus visitedour hank to enlarge quarters. ers of the Northwest. They are that passes with the death notice.Of .

community. They put on their Do you know that four to six tl lit Republicans. La Follette will carry
, Minnesota North and all the news to-day, for per-
Wisconsin, ,
show up by the store and postoflke. pounds of nitrate of soda or sulphate Winter Haven building under construction South Dakota, cripple Coolidge. and jnannnt value nothing Is more Im-

I I sat in the tent near the dressing of ammonia to every 1000 square feet ; all rooms to be equippedwith elect Davis. That is what the Dem- portant than the importation by

I I'. room. Two of the show girls were of space will keep your lawn from radio receiving sets. ocrats say.Civilization. the State of Ohio of seven thou-

" i close enough that I couldn't help over- turning yellow and showing an unthrifty sand wasps from France. These
,. hearing part of their conversation. condition during the dry, hot Key West-Chicago firm considering r continues. to pass im- peculiar French wasps are brought

When it came time for one of them to weather that is to follow this wet sea establishment of canning factory ., portant milestones. The end of here to fight the corn borer. They

. KO on for her part, the other one said, son. Though the lawns are looking here. .5 slavery was was another one. the The electric steam dynamo en- and save their the country children's hundreds children of mig'-t millions -

I "All right, Bernice, go on out there healthy now they will not hold up Sarasota-Contract let for construction tj//; gine another, telegraph and telephone a year. _

t and do your stutT." after the rains stop of 7-story building, costing others.! The most romantic Issuing
United States ceases
I I Do your Stuff! W. E. Stokes, grass and forage' $00,000. I milestone is soon to bi labeled savings certificates and

', : Those words stuck with me. After crops specialist of the Florida Experiment II "Around the World in a Flying Ma stamps Treasury that have paid 4V4 per cent.

the show wan over and the crowd had Station, who makes this Tampa-County appropriates $30- I chine. The Government can borrow money

F broken up into its little family units statement, says that in applying the 000 for maintenance of roads inside Twenty-five million dollars' worthof from big banks and financiers ata

,: and we were on our way home, I fertilizer all lumps should! be brokenup city limits. grain elevators are included in a lower rate. So why pay 4V4 per

I; kept hearing them. The last thing and, the material scattered evenlyover to big merger that will allow men that cent to the little people
Lake Worth-Contract let for build What about the Wgh minded,
. a that touched my consciousness that the lawn, and if a shower does grow grain' to control marketing. unselfish patriotic de-
night after my head sunk comfortably not immediately follow the sprinkler ing warehouse. s This is one of the biggest co pera- rrcgnilcent sire to "cultivate, thrift, in the

: I into the pillow was, "Do your stuff." should be turned on, so as to thor- I l\liaml-F'lorILia Silk Producing tine marketing. enterprises ever or- masses"? Did that die suddenly

y ; I And in the days that came that expression oughly wash the fertilizer off the Company, new concern with capital ganized.The: farmers owning this! con- when interest rates fell Did the
,I stayed with me. It has a grass! down into the soil and prevent I II stock of $230,000: to establish silk 1g I ct'rn.OF they own it, and IF they Government want to help the
regular place in my lint of usable would masses or only want the savings
scorching or burning.If producing industry in Florida, parent control its management,
words.> I now use It In conversation I nitrate of soda or sulphate uf ammonia plant to be at Coral Gables;; 120-acrc) have storage for 50,000,000) bushelsof of the masses?-

I just as naturally as old childhood is not available eight to twelve site acquired and 30,000 mulberry tI grain, in Chicago, Kansas City, "The prosperity outlook is cheerful -
I s I r>maha Minneapolis Fort Worth,
words. for farmers something
pounds of cottonseed meal to 1000 trees planted. even ,
1 Now, as we farmers have come to !square feet of space has been foundto Texas etc. that couldn't be said a few weeks

that time of the year when our work give good. results. Cure must also Key West-Construction under way CA oc..TE I Men that produce the wheat, pig" ago."Ten "
is HO important, I think this do-your- he exercised this material I If 122-mile highway from Florida nave dollar pork, which mean
to /get off com, potatoes, etc., ought to $10 hundred 1 for hogs on the hoof',
r stuff clause has a particular meaning I tho grass blades. Probably the best mainland across coral reefs. Osborne, of Li hn.S'" ,, greater, something to do with the market- is in a sight. That's due to the high

i for us. Right: now-during these few way to do this l is to brush or sweep the than our former Indian 1'I I I Ing and price regulation. They price of corn. Pork is corn transformed -
T Hummer months-the farmer is the lawn with a broom after Applying the Canal Point-Three-story, 20-room Jim Thorpe,, -.mathul all .'< / haven't managed it yet, but California In the pig's digestive: ap-
hotel being built.JacksonvilleFour. when he won the Olympic l>ecn'' has proved that it can be ,
I big card on life's stage. It's out there cotton Heed meal, and before paratus. Farmer" that raise the
', i'. and keep hitting 'em up to flO-per Ion, which is made up of 10 evtiHo ". water is done. I
concrete safety
made record of 7710.77.r
a score .
the And cattle
t go-
While going is 'good.. There is no money.
zones( to be constructed for protection
fellow slack and e e e s e
chance for a to up of
street car pnsnengers.
f' loll along, If he means business. Fish FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- -

may be in a biting notion, but fishing DUSTRIAL REVIEWS Key West-Movement under way

must be the last thing in the farmer's e e e for construction of aquarium at foot

mind right now. Jacksonville Jacksonville Traction I(jf Front street. j

t r help Those to mo.little They words make have me been stop a great now street Company cars to in place-service.8 Improved-type the The General thirty-second Electric annual Company report is of.p I 1l.A.: D EO: (' .H.IN':{'SrRlIJ

and then and! ask myself if I am doing i
i t' my stuff as I should. And naturally St. Augustine. -High and grade handbook of man-doing In the age When head phones .give off an testing "B" batteries are delicate WWJwmr
columns I
I look around at the neighbors and building to be built for colored people. the leaping tipark. Its tabulated uneven sound it means that one of devices watch put against! .ro-
'\ are alive with million> of the phones have changed in some ring the noodle,, which i It a** in tiD7 -
whether doing
note or not they are '
I j I IUvl'rvlew-School building to be lars. It U the brief of a mighty organization way. The most common cause of bearings.A .
their stuff. Some are. Others are not.
I. improved. that is making the world go this trouble is a loose diaphragm directly across the terminals. The
I Those who' are will get there. Those 'round. ( small metal disc) due joint in your aerial o. ground size of the resulting spark is little
l who are not making the most of their Madison-Madison Telephone Company to a loose I ear cap. Tighten the lead may be the reason why your if any Indication of the battery

time-hitting tho iron while it is hot Installing now switchboard and -1 Worms In a Healthy ChildAll ca pII. .et Kicks "static." Remember condition, and the short circuit that

j, -may get somewhere, but that won't cable. children troubled with worms have an unhealthy thA.amY.01A, t, -which ha it causes !Jj harmful. If this treat
be far. I color, which ludk" 'atva pt.., bl".I! and ass A few small-sized clarhp screws been out in the air for six months ment la persisted ia, the
f, So, Mr. Fellow Farmer, remember New Smyrna Movement underway "ale thrre la more or lens ntnmaLh duiturbance. will be found mighty handy around or more will become badly corroded will be totally rained. A hydra
to raise creek IU\'E'i: TASfELESSchlll TONIC (liven mlularly the home workshop. They are invaluable and a faulty contact will follow.To eter Is the only testing instrument
!that is short time to do things Spruce '
r now our for twoor three week will enrich the bliwd. Improve avoid this difficulty solder the
I'I'litu's for holding down a panel that should be used.
So let's hustle ourselves the dUentloo.and pet a' a General; Str..nlltb'Dh"l -
on stage.
while it Is drilled. Nice assortments joint. In the city a joint becomes
I Clermont-Foundation being 1,111.' Tonic to the whole.,.(em. Nature will then being
and do our stuff as it should be and beD be found in the ten- oxidized quickly. stage of audio frequency
for $.0.000 Clermont-Mlnncola: high brow off or dlo""llhe" worma the Child will can
(.ne.. Kirk ut!> M>me dust.IRRITATED I I jTavares j perfect health. Hleauut tu take. We per buttle. cent stores. rAne make much difference
I 1 b'
n. too ing. Never to test battery that second which has
-- --- try a storage stage
f EYES -Lake County Abstract & CUT IN FARM LOAN:' RATE Small metres, inch as used for by connecting a piece of wireSMAcI the Tremendous amplification jump.
WILL SAVE $300.000/ ) TO
;. Get worse and, worse the longer you Title Guarantee Company building FARMERS OF TIIK: :NATION:'
let them go; I.coiurdi's Golden Eye $15,000 ome.

Lotion cures inflammation and soreness Farmers will be staved! practically

without pain in one d,ly. Cooling hearing Largo-$35,000 bonds voted for $300,000 as a result of a reduction ofa ...
strengthening. Get "Leonardi's" installation of sewage plant and elec- half cent on loans through In- --- I
:i t. it makes strong; eyes. At all druggist tric pumping service at city water termediate credit bands on seasonal 1.

plant. crop operation Governor Cooper of SAY !

The weather during the recent The rate on commodity loans to cp- I OUR
1 associations from the intermediate CURLY toVnYouaS
,I weeks. has been very favorable for SEABOARD TIME TABLE operative -
credit department of the
f the growth and development of pecan (In effect May 11, 1924)) TOWN
farm loan system was cut from j I 1-2
;' scab, which attacks the nuts, leaves SouthboundNo -
to I 5 per cent several weeks ago. So
and twigs of pecans. An a control measure 1 reaches Starke at 11.33 p. m. -
far only few loans have been made
G. II. Bluckmon, culturist O/
: pecan No. 3, 11:02: a. m. at the new rate, but Cooper anticipates !- Else o'
of the Florida Something x.
Experiment Station
No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m. that the total amount to be issued u Jf
recommend spraying with 4-4-"iO bordeaux
No. 15, Limited, 1:13 p. m. before the close of the crop For Curly To
I' mixture.
NorthboundNo. movement season will approximate Worry About t
The disease! may l be identified by a
dark 2 reaches Starke 5:03: a. m. $80,000,000.
'S green, smoky, superficial growth
f which is usually confined to rounded No. 4, 4:28: p. m. Possibility of a reduction of the I -;; ,

spot..*. On the leaves the spots are No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. rate on general farm loans in the fall By .
is under consideration by the board.
slightly raised nnd vary in size from No. 16, Limited, 6:57: p. m.
Farm loan banks are now loaning
very small to one-fourth of an inchIn Wanneo BranchNo. EdwardMcCullough rr
at 5 1-2 cent on farm lands.
money per
diameter On the nuts the first ap- 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. Should the bond market/ continue as at / a
pearance of the scab is similar to that No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: m.
p. present a reduction to 6 per cent ia
on the leaves, except that the affected T. J. GRIFFIN, expected.The AUTOCASTER -
areas sunken in the tis-
appear green
Agent law provides that loans may be

IUI. made at 1 per cent above the average .
Spraying with bordeaux mixture is
market figure.
entirely\ a preventive measure and GIi'I ELEANORE '
does not act a" a cure after the disease COTTON ESTIMATE; SAYS RU59ELL SAW MB OTHERS

is once established, but bordeaux fake YIELD ILL BE HEAVIER 1 I THAW ) KISS You GENERALLY GIVE t .

should! be kept on the foliage and '1'OU KITH WHAT CAM I HIM. FIFTY ")) .

nut to prevent the spreading of the Florida Crop I* 7i Per Cent Normal. 'THI GIVE HIM TO CENTS :. :

Washington., forcast placing
cotton production this year at 12,351- ? o I 0t
To Stop a Cough!; Quick
000 equivalent 500 pound bales, were
ginned prior to August 1 was an-
which the cough/ by
cough healing medicine the Inflamed and stops irritated tissues.. a o sraWaaNa nounced in the tint joint report of the !

A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: Department of Agriculture and Census -

SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Col.H and aN Bureau.
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of I The production forecast was based t!
. HONEY, The salve the condition of the
' HAYES' HEALING ; on crop on August -
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof 1, which was 67.1 per cent of
suffering from n CoM' or Croup.
children normal indicating a yield per acre of

Th."..tbroTt affect combtoed of Hay with..the' tIell busy IMU.\ma Riney rT( "'I la-ofc'ram for the liver ,146.3 pounds. From the condition of '1st

throunn ih.ix.re. of the 16 which 68.5
i Peo-Traia Salve i crop on July was
ba sk lOOn.topa a cough B...... of Imitation. Dcnuuui per cent of normal, a forecast of 11- v
aol tb.
? In oa e..u>
coot Both of tile..medie.combined ar "atmeD t*35c.r the (.nul... ia IOc.... 35 pack- 034.000 bales was made, compared

Just ask your druggist for HAYES I yea bearing above trad mark. i I with last year's crop of 10,123,473


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AUGUST !:i. lO-M.

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:MOVIE! CENSORSHIP PLANT CITY PRODUCES RuiIdIag .d Plan and apcciflcittlonii may b* .vcn at the 8>i of S'n of-block 1 South Range 2 East., .hRI be submitted tn the electors-nt tli. citate- S

INTRICATE PROBLEMAVER I PROFITABLE ONION CROP Bnlancv July I. 1XJ4 _.__--- 5.50 ,offlc* uf ISo Ctiuntv KniciiitHrr' anti coploa maybe I "In" m.'i, ft. N. e. 8. and 1SO ft E A W. general election ,, lie hi-ld on ti"" ilrnt 5
tlurinir Month .. _
R".lp. obtanutl. from the Secretary of tn of .
t. a.nlo street also a piece 82 ft. N,. lui-ilny after the lImit Monday in S", "otter \
CLtIJOMENLoa W..n. luaurd durinsr month at 12.n > user eupy ami 8. and 110 ft E. A. D for S
and '"2t.
W. ratlllcatlon :
Plant Cit '. on South aid* or n>jo>'ti.n. to
.._. _
-Although Plant City is Balan. Au. I. 1024 .. S.SOOntaUBdlai E S. M \TTHEW$. I of N-d of tE. of Block I South Range I I wit :

Cal. known far and wide the randnulancp Chairman East : al.o. !U ft. Section No
Angeles Censorship as largest N 4 S 41.10 ft. tax upon Inheritance .
'24 .._ .. _. II or unn
July 1
J 3.f SO 1 C. A. FtlTCKlB8t.i N .1.. 5t. of the of
| production center for strawberries in Ri-ciltt J. W..n 11', of staid bl..k C In..me reeldente or cltl/ims "f lisle
and control of the motion picture in- | durlno month J,fl4t>.4rt IJ 1..I.r. | South Rang 2 Rest : 01. .commencing. on Stet,. -hull h. r levied, by the SlaUi of !lorlda.. !
the state of Honda strawberries do \\ nrrnntA I." during month ______ a line parallel with, the S I I.. Ry l fm.. or under Ita and there
betterment of the .live he
dU8tthe quality% Balance Auv. KIJ4 .. .8.7 .TODr.ln.i NOTICE \ .ulho.lt .hal s's. ,
( INTENTION .OK ly the F. R N : from
not (constitute the whole of this town's 011'1" Ry.) S3 r Northerly from, empt .. the head familyicaldlng
of films\ and their increased uae for r.nt LETTERS PATENT I| SW corner of NWVi nf !. South Range I la thin Stole household' good nnd
I claim Unlnnro July I. IUJ4 ._ 7S.SORi ,
to as an agriculture! I Kant. ,
educational these form i Ihon. run soulhernly las ft parallel I \.1..ir.H-t 'Itt \aluu of Five
purposes in- >c.lpt. Durlna Month ._.... HanI".o
Notice I. with Rallnay 11800. \
> thence 00 Dollar t
c'nlt'r.'ell'etllble and fruits of various lanurtl hereby givm that the undersigned KaMornly at rightanglra I
durlnar month _. ___
trK.iti and perplexing; problems it \"t. will with said
on thn 20th day of ueuut. A. D. 1924, Railway 810 ft.. thence ,
kinds Auit 10i4
win stated to the biennial convention aside from the strawberry, Afrienltarml I. Vend 71.50 apply the Governor of the State of Florida I No.lh.nl. and parallel with said. Railway, \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing' an '

are piudureil in abundance. For I Hnlancv at Tallahassee. Kl.irldn. for Letter l'a".1!! \Vi.ternlv I to point of com S ,\ nttttnl 'to .
General Federation ef Women many July 1. 1984 t.tl \rtlcle VIII of the
of the .j -- -- ---- Pecan Orchards mencement. All of above described I Cnn.II. I
months in Month _.._ incorporating Company lands conlaming thn of Ih,. State of .
the .. rslatitp
there is I
year an active R..lp. Du.lno three 1",11.
Clubs recently by Mrs. Harry Lillyof ." month ...... the following pnMMMiil chart* i. the originalof acnv. more or I. and being anti' Counties. Clt. \
f. o. b. market in Plant City for thl' e'aril..1 \ .n' d..ln. which U on tIle lit the office of the Sec I l I a.O the Simon J Temple Sub-dM.lon of lie \.
chairman Auv. ._ by ih. '.
York of the federa "vl.la' of the
New "
\ lines of UdAw. p.n.ia timd 1.1 .t.r of the State n>f Florida. i [ami. at Temple Mill, an of record In Deed ,>f I 1..I..1 .
tion'- national division of motion produce making thisa B. F KWFI.FY. I Book "C" on rage 4.U of public record orlu..0'.1 11,010. ,
pictures most desirable 18..n. July 1. 19S4 ..._ 80401 County. Florid Th. r.I..ln. amendment to \rtlel
section in which to dining, month 'h. ___ 801*.8# C. M. MOSEI-EY I A. VIII I of th,, 'I"nn of the of Flor-'
8 fl.
._... ri.lnil\c to ,
practice agriculture. month .
1..u.1 IIln. 1.1. be numliered ->
it that 8P "" Muter 'In Ch .lt "ni.
A moot question of
censorship Balance Auv. 1. U.04Annum .. Section I n saidrtlol, be
and th
A line of production in which Plant PROPOSED CIIARTFK OF PFC\N ,| D K KNIG"T.I VII *
," explained Mrs. Lilly. "It istaken I. 1024 Solicitor for Complainant .nine In hi'r hy aui-red to and .h.1 .

for granted thut there be City has taken considerable interest I F.dfo" Coanty. OHCnAROI COMPANYARTICLE ; l.t.MR.DONOTI'E I ted .. th. ,.h"t... of the !. "bmlt
must which is of "!...M.I I election to bo held nn the first Tuesday after

some protection from the exhibition of not generally recognized asa h.rby Mrtlfy that tna lor'ualaa ... I. 01 EI.LCTIOVI. the Oust Monila- In November A. D. 1921 forrtulllcatlon

I leading crop here is the lowly onion. ,. f th* ru.' I li t. an.* rtmhuni.nii .. Thi. name of the company nhall bn Paran I" or rejection .,
questionable films but whether it Onions nf Bradford C..untv for lh. month of Orchariln Company lie principal place of I C. I.. Perk ,tIYttrO r Stark. Fla. b,, Scllon *> Th 1..I'a' ,1..1'. have power

ahull be state control or federal or are produced here in commercial lund. 1"!'->4. \t true mid rorrvct th* hu.lnriM I ahahl!! hv at Rtarhv. Hrailfoni County, I vlrtur of th* authorityted' In m* by I law, to .Ibl.h. .h. .,. ..h.1 local govern-

qualities, and in past years havepl'II'n Mat of my ImowleJu. and belief. stat l. or 'I..lda. with the prlvllnr of ntrollahlnir do hereby call, an election to be held at the' t ," ti-rrllorlally throughout flu- S
community presure upon the local exhibitors G W. Al.nKRMAN. branch offlpea and placit. of bualnoaailithor town hal 'in the .r..alo town by the qua-) 1"1'1 countIn, the place of all county ills-

has evoked expressions of very profitable. (SKAL.. lurk Cirnilt Coe'l.Tmtford I In or out nf rhe 8tnti* of Florida I I no .. there I ;; munlclnnl: : nnd I 1 local: *iro-ernmenta hoards ,

ARTICLE : Y. EtK.PTI.MBER I 0. 1024 and officials or ...'u. .
sincere indifferences of opinion. The SO TKoFnfE TO SHOW HOODS B. A. KNinnr.NOTICE a" The irtneral n.tn. of tr.1.l's.innpupra, to b* for the purpose of .I.tlnl the following of- bl." l.xUlslivr. ..\,.mn.tlutlon.1 and '

ordinary citizen, busy with his daily C r.n.'d by Corporation ahall b* to bur. fleer*. shall prescribe Ihe jurisdiction powers, Online
Wung Ho n.. a.. .'.ll. h.hl. imn. mm.l .'. leaii*. Imprnv On. MaynrOne and function. of such uocrnment.. its legisla: ttl.
duties cannot spend his time culinary artist for a lumber v. 'nt
viewing .ah.n". I I Marshal.
TO BWOEH otherwlni dl of and deal executive end Judicial departments and I
pictures and it would seem as if the company whose logging encamp- Senle.l bill will ho rrcolted by tho BoHrd of in real "'ana"rl*'. fnipio\i! unimproved' Two Aldermen ll" hoaidn Instil's|| and official : lo divide the

for ment occupied a spot in the honest-to- TTUMWII sr Pounty at and I water Hahta to lmpro\e develop. I II One Assessor vrllory IncludMl In such government Into
responsibility Florida
compelling productions t
/.n" :: '
for ansi : Cine Clerk, Trtssurer and Tn ,
".. of th* 11 I :ilt'0 elnek I operat tteown oKh rdn and fiult Collector. ,O"ln.t. districts and tn p.'n. just
to adhere to some fixed stand. gnodness! wilds, was not over fond uf nn the 10th tiny nf September. A. D I 1.1 i4. for I' vi'iretobl I.. limdn. to rile produce buy ..,1'I II 'I t In.p.o. of said .(ration J. L. feck. A. .111 .. system of taxation for. suchgnernment

ards of morality ought to be lodged in the animal population of the slightly-j I I I 'h. f"l.wln. road m..hlnar: I anti *.chHnue anti" .teal In p.n trees S S %v. And..n. and A. M. Johns. and districts : ..I.lnl and future,
One P. I other ... plant .hmh. .. all In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe bonded Indi.btedness shall remain definitely .
the hands: of capable persons who havono less-wilds terrain near the camp. |I One Three Wiiy Road T. .Prat. kinds of fruit nu".r. ",. ,* an an. my name and cause the leal of the .aid. town In area and laxnble. liability : a I.m.

other claim upon their time and at- One day when Wung Ho had ventured On. t Ton Truck with dump-body product t. hill III maintain ,iiackinii to h h..unl.alfl-tml this 7th da* of Aiiguat itl In rural area shall not be limited aa
houaen Hntl. the biutnem,. of :'I C. I.. PRICK. In city but
Hidilera, are required to furnish eptoifleatlonaan cany on whole a or town: nn leglslntlnn nndee
tention. '- a little distance from base to Information on niulpmi, nt. and cite' and r,..al I ,l|..lrr In frulta ande>..Ihl.; i Meal l Mayor of Stark 11 1. ""h' secllnn shall be ffecllve until a maforl-,
.1 pIo.
omplamts about the filming of gather wild berries he was flushed are b* F. O I. Stark Florliln.Ihe bull.I eonxtmrt hotel and l. .I I K-ll-m-ll-o. oft heelectors In the county. who shall
I the lumlnnm of a hotel) and tn build < otc thereon at election for the
Hoard r the Hunt. to reject con an purpoes.atitl .
books whose popularity as 'best seller by a black bear that gave enthusiastic or all blda. .ny .'r"r unit alter hciuaea. ....men. or other MiATKK'S S\I: who are iiu.tlned to vote for members,nf

depends upon the exploitation of chase. The Chinaman put up abrand E. \fA'MHEW! building. and tn manajre. ..10,'.nnd improve I Motif. I. herby a-iven that under and by 'the legislature .1.1 vote In favor of such
n'al irenerally. to I glslatlon.'
the so-called have been of speed that would have done (haln.n property tiy, ,1. vl..u. nt that certain In.1 shores of f". I
sex problem t-lH-M-0-12* hold. a't) own medicinal .".In" an.l to .hO" made and enteml July Sl'th. A. 11.I .
reieiw-d and passed on to producers credit to anybody but the bear followed C. A. FIITCU.... .bottle anil I othvrwiiir deal In meillolnal watml I *11)24.by llonorahle A V .n LOOK Judite' of th* A JON nrSOLN Pronotlnir an ;
I to conduct general real mutate In- I I I : \, SectIon !
suit with -- a a..a, | Circuit Court In anti for Hradford (County I 17 of
but the pictures us a rule are free equal eiithusms'ii NAMES $TRUChE4: FROM RKG13THTION ..urnnciMI.,1| bmkvtuaii builnmii ,". i rlnrldn. In that certain caiue whei-eln D. K. tin' Conm.tutlnn of the Stat.nf Florida I'

fiDiii the objectionable features of the most equal spec'd. and greater c' LIST agent mil 'nir i*. ntlnir. ifeallnir In and aal.ol I|I Knight la Complainant and J. n. Wynn la Nulatinit to th lwuano.. of I..n,1. by 11.10 ,

al'l'I for pernona: pu 'iTt. nf .v..r nature : b,11 ..,defi'mlnnt. the tindernliined will otTer for sale Tat 80 In M>I DlntrlftH and lit \ nt .

hnokiami our protests fall flat. anceAt At a meetlnt of Council of the City .. clvar. .train ,r.. u >ttt.I. ,I ,,,. .11 I 1 and wt .ell for rash to the hlyhet anil! beet tit Create n II"kln. Fuiul' for th* Payment

Mrs. Lily said the federations motion the end of a merry mile tf Starke. PlnrMa.* lh h.1 Clt the llth. day nf klnd of ranulnv. and llmlivi liiiul. to d., front of the court house door In nf UK. r< ". .no Interest ThorronHo .
I '. It, and fnrma And all .'ntrrprtaneO.,00rwtri Tt Rmolvml by l> lntaturo uf the Stat
committee "started with Chinaman stopped and set down to I AUHURt A. U lu U. folliiwinir nam** w.. Starke. llradford County rlnrldn nn Monday <*
picture I trlcken from the revuitratlon hooka of the with land deteloiimcnta.: to plat the let day. of Srptemlwr. 1 A. I). 11)24, ..r KtordlaTliat ,
u frtsh enthusiasm which embraced catch his breath. As he looked behind : aid City. The council will In lenalon on .no .. .. 1"1.1 for additions to town during the legal hour of dale for the pur I tlu> '.1..1"( nmondmi-nt of SectIon

the immediate solution of the motion him there was the bear sniffing at the 3lUh day nf August 11)24 b will mIen ., mitt" ..or ,, *. and to ditcli' dIe ilrnin. I |,oe of .atl.fylnir iiald final decree, the fol 1? <>f \rtieto, ( Oonntltutton. of tbt8tat
name* that have .no erroneouslytrleken or All lii. ..m.. and build roadii.. atreetii.or I real .ItiintiHl I In nald Urndfnrd of Plot'Ida. an nitiflfd nt thi G'n,' Ktimtlnnof
any may
imam. pioblem but us we progressed the cook's tracks in the soft ground. ,, oth,.,' hlfrlmaya 'or Aiileivalka upon and County Imvln.. Klorldn."al. : U,.in-ii ntiitlMM twist In tho yrnr of 11)18 b* : '

hi impressed with the 1 "You likee my tlacks ?" said the Adanu 1tlI--------------------- R.m"YdAlv. through the mime, : tn buy, .ell acquire hold Non Israel ., twl Northea.t quartml of and the tarn U hereby a"r**H| to and .hnl be; "
in- .
\\i ami
i .
r.i. D. ----------C.malet.d of erlnm own. mortviuri*. plwfire, I... mwltin, tranii.f S<*Dtlon Tin. In Steen South. Rang I liiiliiittt.d' to I th<* of tho State the'ntxt S

tiuiuics of the ,situation and began I Chinaman us he arose to hid feet. "I Bryan W. M __ __... ---_ rlerno eilHrown ... triulc and deal Inany roost. w.. and Twenty-oil. ..To.an.hl., acre In South- .' Omoral I Rtretlon"rf RnprMenliitlvM to ;

to recognize the fact that the tremendous makee you some more jus' like!" MF-. _.____- .-__- Removed mi>. .","... anti property of e\ery ... and Writ corner thereof. t.. 1 II.! hld In ,h.. year '"2t. for ratification orroJffMion

Bryan R B ____ ... Pad deaorlptlon including patent and patent I A. S. CREWS Thnt tiald *ttr1lon |17 shall IM
imcstmcnt of capital and And he did, but farther apart. Fowler W M-.._-..-__ _--n. Dead riKhtM ,invention* tvr : ... 'I It Sprdal Mailer In Chancery. uinitid,, ...l s's ft* let roail na fnllowa :

which this form of Orlffla Henry B. _. UumovedOeorue I mile ninik s ., oiitlnim, ussr or I.I rlvbta IneoiporniloiiH H-.St-S-S9| I ""'t tli>, I 17 '1.. I.,'trUlatimi may prolio|
time -
provided entertainment .
I ciirltli. *. of kind nnd iohmtl, dfntrlotn t to ,IMUH hi ndHr
\VOOI.LAWNWoodlawn R. fl _._ _. __ Rumovedlllckey tutu HI any l I for special ta* > 5
h. --- -
is not to be quickly af JT-. -_ _. .- _._. --. Removed oI.t'I"tioli or othi, 'r eililellCMH of Indebted tiThEtFtl'TjihtTit TAX Dlb I IIINDFK > tin I .liirtlvf UHI* of "ltltli5 fries Hchnota ,

fected."A Aug. 8-.School opened Jones Noon .__-_- .- lmnvr : net nn the atrcnt fur the eel, nr perI I Nht 'rill\ ITS <)F TIIK "lhn( any mirh .,_1.1 ,tan school dltrttt, I,

hoie Monday with large attendance. Jenklna' It M. .-.___ chase s.f any of *cam : tn burVow mnnry I GENERAL HTATUTtH.llenty : vcr a "RJ.I. of thi* quallflt-il otrctorntht
stud> of the business side of motion Kirk __-. Removed and to ,,iitk.' lthi.( nuti'M. bondM. .obllita .t-.t of who r.b.I.I *r shell vnto In
Mr. Laton of Georgia and Miss Lela l.w.. A------------------------ Removed tinna mid I ivldence of IndeUtedneaa of all I IkndM n..la. la given. that U W. Moore fnvnr of Ibm Instance .f utiah bond but no t I
will .
pictures Rive one some comprehension purehiwer ..,
VVameliton of Sanderson have chargeof M.lt Orvllle _. RemovedPullham ecure the aame by mortiray. .1. t'h..t. numberedreepecllvely iNiiidn, tthitll, I t I.. ,niMind ..-"", *. which AhalleMfeotl .
.na 2H7 .
of the structure of the edifice D P. __. Removed pleiltre' .otherwl* : loan money on real I andNfl.,. the Fa ,. tfltfrthor with the .I.tln. lndnHt.d- .
( Ura.lfonl
the different of "unIF. Florida' said
grades. and ntonnt oro >trly anti lo ink niorttraivcaand 'ol."t. n. n uf stint > ,lal tat .11)
which poundingand Rlirva P. M. ._ RemovedReynold | i oi..rol per
against we are
--- dated Hr.l. 1UJ3.baa t
Rev. J. L. Norris of LaCross was Richard I'i'a.l nlrnmont.i of morticnireii, to buy. emil .un... .II. cent of tin* oMM-MPd vnlno ut the .bl. prvPorty 1 I
-- inld certtflcatea In .
the difficulty of finding the vul- Hiirliy I*. L. ___ and denl In boost' anti 'loan necureil by mnrt R. and ho of stash iltntrlrt anrordlnir to ..- .,.
of Rev I). L. R.novd8t.l.kl.n.I j for tax deed' to '. In
guest Philips Sunday.Mr. n..I. .u.
nerable of attack. It will also Removed trace itr tat ltp'r real or pernonal prop., I 1".1..1.. ..).iiu nt for Stall and. County purt oaea* priorto I II.
point I and Mrs. W. II. Norman of 8npp J. f.. -- -. Removedrltnrllnir arty I.. purehniic" ..1 tocka and lionita. .c..I.n" wi law I th.iMiilnir. of curb bnndn. Anv bun.U 1..1 la- '

show us the necessity of keeping the ) J. B-_ Removed and .eciiritif of .(sri I .. other orpnrt.tit.nnto Maid "..t".I.. reai-eetively vmhrace the MII.| h.rrtnt.r shall, heeno' '.... within
Jacksonville here ---- following
spent Thursday atfiiulre. holil 1i-e tie.velop. Ito.,1 County. Florida. thirty from the date of taiuanee In annual .
industry' stable enough to attract Htrleklaml R. Removeddtartmic years S
: I aMeAeil state of the Lauanoff
r: at of alien
0 I eerttllcatialn -
caPI-1 I with relatives. C. Removed I control hiillil erect and tm' any I IInniU i IstaiinoIm which shall eommenee not I
tal, for without it improvement Clara M.-._ __ -- Removed bullillnKii offlctw. dome' the name respectively hreinaftrparticularly inorv than thr***' mare aftor the ".t of iMtier"nrh .
Mrs. Floy Bennett oflIaml.: is 11..ln. I set forth, to-wlt i
milla. .hop. fiictoili. plant machinery annual Initallmrnt ) not Ire
field will be impossible."It M. U------------------ RemovedHupp hi'h ,'.. No 2H7 .10.1 .
here for four-weeks' visit with her .Ut..lo embrace on. A. on N. of .' oftht '
!I a Leona Removed naNvment permlta 1lvl... rr.n.hl. than three ,por ont amount'
nf NWt,4 of NH.I K. of .
of this that' ,
was appreciation lleenneii nnd to exercUe all aurhother .no \ 1.lw.F.I.a. I Imiitii. Wb tt.>..rr any mtoh ta4honl .
mother. Mrs. S. II. Thompson. lapp C. U--------------------- l.mov.Il.p" .no H, 1', 7. 8 K 22 K,, I .". .1 l apoelal S
led our committee to seriously consider ( Nettle -._-- _- n.oveo seth further may b* tnot. .. O.lom.Certificate 01.1,1.1 ham volo In favorif the (Ia.S5sncc
Misses Gertie Browning and Mira J. L. dent. .to or nr convenient In th* h special for the S
action regard to the ban- -- n..r N. 216 vmbracea 'lot* B, Ii, 1. II, .
some in .aid and all of 'h,. Intortiit inld Iwrnil and the
company mrnt on
Davis entered school Mon Scott W. A. .. Removed 1..ln.. pat
at Lawtey -- and I) of blk 14 6 ,lou 10 II. U of hlk 11
ning of pictures because of the reportsof Wll.on J. It-------------------- Removed the ,11''".. powera and prlvlletciii that are In Hampton. Rrd. IB. T 8. I I prlnelpal thorvnf .. thr ..m. nhall beeomeI S
Tp E.
conduct of actors. day.C.. Weeks R. A. Itmo..1Wil. "rn.1 to .coimratfim. for profit by the I.. A. A: MMonal. It 2 aaeed I I I dit. .and. 'payahlo .hal be Ivvloil nn the taxahli
questionable The fnrviiiilntf clutwek shall bv cnn.trued proiiwrty, within .U.tHci vntintf for tholrUmintior
L. Hilliard and family attended J. C. -.- Flnhln llnlv*. certlrlcatea ahall he .I.'n.,1, I Iaccording S
After due deliberation we declaredour (leo---------------------- ft.moveIWatemu both .independent objects and pnwen .10 In arenrilanco with law provldlnn for
law deed
endorsement of the policy of be- services at the Baptist church in .'r W----------------- I.mnwd Ill.The on the IHth day rl"I will A. I D Untie. 1W24 thereon, I|j I Ihs; levy to of taxi and. minh nthor tat than shall the not beapu.iinl /
Lawtey Sunday evening. C. A. FUTIIt ARTIC.F a pamotit -
innocent until I capital corporation .hall Wln.. mFI.I.1 signature ..00 seal thla 1 of tho h. I ansi Internet if sail 1
believing a person proven Clerk .I.k l"f.O .
:Master Stafford Valences of Jacksonville .".. of five hundred aham of .mm..n 'h. Ilh day of July. A j. l> 1951.I. I I 10".0... S
guilty of the offense charged or related (1 W jlrIIlAN.I
The look
is the guest of his grandparents tock or no par value capital maybe Seal,
( ) Clerk
to the offense in such a way as J. FRAZEE payaliln elth.r wholly or In part In Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning. L or may used wholly or In part In the ""'. Bradford County. ."nI. of Hoot Ion it of A rl.l. 7 of the Coniltiillm. .
distasteful to b
to make his appearance Miss Margunte Philips returned to ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT cha.. ,property imtenta, con tract,*. Inbnrnr tin C. A KNH.Iir.Uvputy 'SI of thr Stale .f '.. Hl.lni

r !cht.thlllkingpeople.. ..." I.... nt n Just valuation, thereof and IM to .n.u. and Apportionment.lit .
to hold suitable her home here Thursday after spending LAWPOSTOFFICE n. by the I Incorparatora or by the .Itr 7.1".6.S.1 It Rmolvod by the Levlnliitur' at the It.1
)Ii addition to
several months in Jacksonvillewith HI n .1.1 for the .*. of Florida :
m..ln. 1'1. IN ji, issts < unHr,
performances for children and to BUILDING t'uI'.r' That thi r"I".ln. amendment of Suction
relatives. A rirLE iv. IIK.tliKOIIII rilllNTr. FI.OKIIIA.IV 1 Cfiimtltutlon of the Stt.S. .
for bya of .lr.I'I. .h.
procure clean films everybody !Miss Lorenp Carter of Plant City STARKE. FLA. Tin. roriHiratlon .h.1 have ,perpetual nl.- I'KOIIATK. ., hloiida, riet itt to ('..n..it. and A Plortlno.m.'nl. -

,poliiv of watchful cooperation wo tenre. IN Dai F-tst. of bf. and Itt,* Sam' IN. horoby mftvort to
is the of her Mrs. J. 1\[.
guest aunt JOB and l h.. niibmltteil to the of the
of all *
study IUIIN41:1 .1 .1..1.
would surest/: /: u thorough : i
Norman. I A"Tln V. : R. Hint' fr HoHdjt foi approvnl" rd.oll" aft Stits
aid.s uf the question( of censorship. SOTICC ; Thibiulne.. of the corporation. .hal tocon NOTICE 'IS IIEitICUY That the n.<(t n.nal of ....
strive to make --- 5.- wi lit r.cnlvo.t by th.. Mnunl .ifrv "lucled liy 1",1 or ntm-tnni., .. shallloimmt umUrslifiied, will on th. day of p.mbo. t.. I., ,Is ,1,1 I h. il,JI.I.n. .r..doy R.I.
\V. ,must continue to After four of the nrnrirnnl' afo .
years dry regime fnl rrtu*( of not I. .hr.. nor mo" IDJi. priMent the Honiirablv ..,. M.mdny N.. tither, A. : that i.I I.
the pla\n |
morally H'ak..Rolr""I' "nU Thn o'rlnck "p of thin ('.m.y. to elected I account and vouchers as Ailmlnwtratrlx | t'oimtllutlon of th of that! is..tsenlpd
fyillmentally., uplifting prohibition act of four ant IF'Lw. Bii. F'ord. .
Ifith. thnt time
/: a m. September At
ni t mi-cling of the .1".kh"I. of the estate. of ) ., dnCiaied. t und an t
with' entertainment val- that publicly n'H..I.\ for conntruetlnR an untfiiitftl ,I., a" ., antI Vir e.itr, and Haiti th, : I. .
nt sin' i lining years' standing bv n majority approached j I Iflirvo HO.I I'n-nl.lent Ht linn :antI ; make SectIon 1. The Ielalahtrs that mit
.mlic. that the protection landslide. The |illn? ansi Imb hrl.Ie. apprnxlnmtly r, In anti Tn-asnn ,. t.ie'test l by the i iI application tit the Inl. Juilgu lor ." i. riuiilnr. m'HM, n A. |t 1124. and .hal. ihtit
01.. ri *nu nng a act was conwith r.t .iHjncrnt to the prcAint j 'I J.
hon..1 ,
Inn. I th said ffit.t. thit tlm I nt of h.nl'o'. ,
Ih u .I \ny two of "'PIt| ttI( of t> shall nu *>t ovi' tan thcrt-aftMr. shall 1
cif th) ,.liililn-M,, and young people is four of the leading cities rejcctclemned bride* oil,;. Huiil. ,* t :
T fotii toni with I j ;r".I. I. : r "
I I by one ) aueh admlnl.tratrl 1 for I '
I and IM .h..lnl 0.,1 pw" hlrlyiduht l Iii I Scnntoil
both .
our 'ut\ by city country, Inlriin* in nil I 1117* plllnir. mipr"xmMl.( 244HUn .1.1
I h..r 11,',...* and Iii..,.. mKitliifH. .h.1 .. 'j jI D..0 III" dny of July, A I) 11124.0lt'l'E1IA I irU-I MI. h I I'mtrioia' to U an n.".rlv.nl
ft and nppmvlmatiy :I 15 lli "'ii u..1
it bv almost of Ihu | ,
ing 10,000 majority.THIN ..d I I.' the I 1..ln.I..1 .I..I"n '' CI1KOWSKI', "" I i '|' 1,,.ttt it4 irraatloaldf.. hut s..
ISE ) OURIIEAI) -.. Union I: I Tho it .Imor. nil ih Ural .. In August of year, on Administratrix of th. eslaluof ."t im'' v _)h"l I I.., .livliUJ' / niakltiw such ntIMirtlniimdit ,.
.. Inl.d. fttrninhlntr netweuayitior. I l ,,'h day director* nn.1 offlci..,shall he electi Joi iir.ch''rl dec,'anetl, and .ah Dlfitrlrtthai I bests un"MI
U. and mitt
A" ,, 1.1' Pecks A SV\v Yftrk mmd-of-all work saved I ..... .quh.m.nl. i I A. 7.. ADKINH.Attorney. 11.it.,'St mid, nt I Ihw nami time, the r HinIiy
n pi" <.r.ln"! nil w<"rlt iu **uiHry to anilput '
I $20,000( out of her during eo.t.u"l I It.mptt.d i F, Mosclcy shall act ns Pivalrient andTiniiurer. I 1..l.l| .t l u.BIN I,t. .".1 I I nliwt'st'tst'rt I Inn I tie | ,
Out a gt: 'tat many speck wages $I. .nm.II',i ctnler' rvaily fur um>. Ii. "n. I C. M N.I.y Vh'-President andNiiocy ._ .__ I I In I tli. I".... of ltfi>r .nl.t'v.' I..n..I./!

Of -ii" 1u.t forty-live > eurs, and at her death willed All) work Imp.vonl.to In iwcordiinri' with thipRnrt ',. (I. Mnseley IM 1..1., and the ..m. cniciiiT! (' IIIIAI>- loxv I,,. MI S I.'I.o..nl.I.. to <*..h.hal 'h.

\\ lien huil'lnm a hut; it tl). her employer's two daughtersIt ] ansI Initmction I. d..n., frnnit provision ||.I n, "be rut elected, 1Rrcit.re at onl officer* anti". j Foal i VK.t.. | five .1 l. i"*'u'i ''I| .. ...1. and two i,.'i
ctors .
tn marts
anti P1st .nn.,1 m.In. HRADFORD II'.NK 1..I'.n..lv. .r heat luhti' <
Hpeciflontlonit prmtoiiftlHti
speelal .
to be ni > to servants prdvUionn. CINT
lieM iks like pays < i your .1,1: eotintlM. and on. .
niffKerTo A
> u .1 t Pditfriut "f County. I IKnch 'l"Auy. mI al.
I the hole bigger Buffalo Evening News. bid' miml 1,0. ,'.l by n eertlIU I I AsfricLef PI.\NTllr. fit ra,'h of. I tin. "iffiijitftliiif rtiuntle of
muse .. V,
tin* Stiit nt .1. I in t.o f comb
t 1 ctx-ck or n ht.UI.r't l ntn.t. imyahli ) all..U.nm.nt.
Hi.' if 1.1 The hlghrat amount of I nd..h.ln... orI V8R NOICI Mtoulit' lhi' I.iirlHlnMtif' rail ||,
-"''I' CLeRKS: REPORT *I.I I; S Mutt 1'se. .,. Honrd of llnndPiMttni. .
". 1 inhlllty tn which h e""H..I.n may nt W. William Ili'ITiHtfiitHiloit In lite Mount and In the HOIIH.of ..
won't cut. AllKIMt 1'1-t of IlrHilf.ini ninly t for flv. .
Hi .
utter 1".r.I.
i ( 1 .inn tlmi' it"),lent "Hundred lteirs'n'iitiillvm.t I
rrwular iHltlon of
I". .bnl
Report of th* Clerk ot tb* Circuit Court per tint .f thi nmntint l"hI a* .vi Kn<* ..rl.w,1 II
Ih d.m't bother with plans I I II I man,! ason.nn.lni.ARTICUI TUB AHOVK: I tlit at of tho tIm,'. herein di.1.sls
In end for Bradford Cmmt ".... .. on ..- ( fHiih I j*n.t f *. i ii irfuimnif. I" if .wl"I".I 1,1. N\"ln t .PNDAN'rAND 1..1.1''. nity .
..... for th II.n. th. c<. tti," will, M ,itthi. CUMtimt J AM. OThER .KISONI shall: l it.* tlu> duty of the IWIiluin" .
Of <'hi'up artisans aunt of taxis year .tll 1,1.1. I 'I II I,' nnmis nnd, rmlilcnces of t the ."h.Ib You anti her* by notified .: t. szinletttr..a nuo0(.*Hlnff such reitularnmi.it :
ISfll) ,i'ilrvd.
K. W. HAYES.Tst ifi\ n* r
But tht-ie'* one thing Coli.....' 'rli I In.1 right i is n... rv.' said Inl Mtirrk ,1.1. each nrv as f"II. I the above .../. court on the lilth day nt < unliir n...Miii, in APiHirtlon, th* RttirMniiilon -

Can richty! he : To Bradford Cou.C..I... P...... .. II' p-. '..h.y. Ilay. Florida AiiHiut A, 1)' ldJ1. and nn Ih\\* day a writ : In th** Ntnali and In the Souse of Hen re.4rnritKi .
The whule excavation 'I < M. Moseley Florida. I shareSnncy uf alt chmnl hue been titil; Ismied therein I '-4 04 h*.nln I pruvldi'd 'Phi1 prt>atiilntriiilar
July 1, to bal) du .. .-. '."." .' < Moneley.. flelray Florldn' I share and tevlid by the nil''rllf of Bradford I 'o >.. Iid4inl or ,""r.. Hlatw oeimuii, whIch
Ha thu I'xplunationHi .: By amt coliccudTo IJ'' II. F. MIMII6IEY' :
Florid, on Ih. 20th lay of June A. D )'tr user xhtill liNv Iw *'n takt'n nfartjt tiny 'list S
build- '.J \1'I i M Mi4141.EV upon the followlnu' itvserlhed real estate l trtis'tts't o* Rcrs.aeniatis.;| a In the Senate
1ml 'I','" \uir. I. I I'.i: l I ." i NANf MOSKI.BY' I In th, lion .. .
11D f 1 Florida. lO-WI'Pl a..1 .f |U't.rt's' stet I v.. eonirol
B.v Flu and Frfelt.r I WeakNervous 0 FtORini > W, of Northeast nf Northeast I In .h.1 .
F "T'TP tlhit uuarler rtiu ny riht) no, I hiMvtni
.1 ,.rl..nm.1
July I I. to (ml). due __. iso .u .
U-big: i iBy II 01 PAlM BEACh.I I n' Northwest nuarter and the i f ,tun. Iors'apu.ortitnI i
arm colli-cu-d I _I :_! *. .i1Ta | I r... a nn.officer duly' authorised Cast half the Southeast quarter, of Southwest I... mm "1"1.1". M I. .h.1, trfwhdatiiro' em rr.

HiiHell.1. TO' rod",n,.', oath and I.k. amknttwiudtommnts, quarter, In Section 2V Township 7. "*lulndJ. by thin .m.ndment. the Governor .halltwitlun
-Dixie hIghway.GEORGIANS 10.1.I 'lu.-, Any I I. I 1"2' ..l' "MICevnry I i ."nallv HI'I..I *H r' Moneley' C. M ".11 Rattle 31 K t I ihlHy day affor the arfjournmont ofh

- .. -- ..*.. sad BrUt I a \ .I I. v nnd Nancy 0. M"l-y. each I meu lots Seven and EI"h. In Subdivisionof ( ,. riMit, 1 r M<..1.| ,' S call|| thw Lotfliilatiir. *! to.
July 1 I. to bal due 1 -"" A ; I Il 'I known and mo known to the 'jI..n. Hoitthweat ,. ,. ....
HOLD "I was weak and nervous I. i il quarter .f quarter. K I'h. 'S. I Iri li,.nil,Hi y .I. ,. fliiHnldf .th.it .
By ami collected -'HI i "1 > decribe l and who executed I IN I Section 'it". Township 7. .Hoiith 2J R.Al. ,
l range t.si.n .r r-aniH.rtlonmont, and iu.h o n.
:. ... and rundown write Mrs.
FLOKIIHAN CN 1OMChar ) I I S. ,,ln.r .. anti prolMiMed charter of .,, Lot Rlirht of Blf>ck Klght. InL..lo. trn,rdinnry m UN Ion nf Ihw tOtfktlattire !I. hero-
To bnl I'.,. Aug, I. I'l.'l l I. H'HIWldiiea I \ en Edith Selen. of 466 N. 21nt 0 I I', .no, Orchards Company nnd they severallyur C'lly. In .Snuthhalf nf Sfiutheaat quart-vr, I'v '''"'fntorllv requIred to reapportion th*

:Man With Solicit Peasloa Paad I St.. Louis 111. "Icouldn't I r .w Icdged before me thai they .ublb West of Railroad In flection 12. Tuwnshlp < ropr a.nUitlnn rMiulml' by the mondment
e Panama City July' I. to bal due. _._.. s.; I .
-- I was go 'S, n.t l iveciitd the .m. for the. South Repute I B J lr* in g Labor. By .m!. collected u_ __ TO I" I.S I sleep nlght' i S trfHtherein psapressed.I I IIn You and nf ynu are hereby required nary et.ssi|." .. ] .no roappnrtfnnmtni
I .
a and .11"
restless. I ( not "I I WirNRSS WHKRBOF. I have hereunto i iH.I to appear 'In ald eaiMe, on Monday the Pint hull not be to eiiplr' at the end of

J. L. Porrish of Pana- Ti. hal du. .1.." I. IW-'l !l's; 7 I In condition t do my my hand affixed my official seal at i iI' day of September A D 11)24. and Ih.tI "N*
Ednon, Ga.-- Cnsaty di..I I would such pains In I '. uy 'In d.I'nlm llearh County and. Stale. I I Iit r.1 not or judirment will Im entered frr-ct<'d. ansI.shah eonelder no b'ulneM oth.rthMii
ill out under bond of $2- July I. to bal JIM 9.1"'I' I nl of A. D. 1124 .
Fla. day :
uia it;. -- --- - .. stomach that I afraid II A".t. "witnen ".h rapt irilonment).
By unit .11..1 l '1 ,,' my WI C Y. BYRDSotnry the H.nn.I.I. A. V Judgean
C f. ..1.i a preliminary hearingon --I I would get down in bed. Q I Public State of Florida al Large, also
a charge: of recruiting farm laborers To bal due I.M I. 1'>2IOatatandJng __ 1.1- ". i My mother c.im to sea me .5 serIal Sea 11 nf this Court at Stark Florida thi the Hal Am*>ndrn
from this section and taking themto ,' In........._ FiadJuly I and suggested that I us. : I My con-mlsslon' expire* July 12. IIW7IIIVXK lay of June A. D 1M4.rt Conatltiitlnn of l.tl"n.tat* of "Io.h'| .-

1. to bal si'-----------.1"By -' 'I! I A. I'BTTIUONR.v W AI.nKR\MM. ,latlnir 'rs.NIs, and P'iaanue.

Florida. Owing to trouble experienced : .mt. cc.IUete.1, 1 i-, '-' -i 1'iilm Reach. Pie.t ('1 Clerk of Circuit, rour lie U 'ttMolved. by the Levjalatur of the 8Ut fft
numberof S rn-y for Incoriioralor. It By C. A. k f'ltni.la.That .
with their labor. a large To bill dutAw 1. IU..4 __ M14 Deputy '
C'I following' amendment of action
farmers attended the hearing held T.I.I Cub 8ckel ; CARGUI ; 1 MASTEK'8 flAI.KHereby -27.Ot-2. l nf %,,: r,II. .,f the Constitution of the Slate

before Justices of the Peace D. B. July I J to hal! du. _.._... u.._ .. H21By t I n*: 'n notice la jrlvm that under and byMire --NO'rU'g OT'O.' -- .f ". .. laflnif' U> taxation anti Hnanao.
ami U
u. | I. eubmUted ta the
Local citizens .01..1 at that certain decree of h..b ".1 .n.1 .hel h
Clement and J. W. Roger. S In.1 ro. 'rh. $ f iind-r* .
made and entered July 2"th. A. D. WnlRyAI. 1..1.1. 192 e'' ? thr titmt f. adoption or rejectionat
of the accused man To bal due' .UW. I. 192t ---------.1 I l r'.uo. of lain of the HI. Flor.til of
n '
relativps of
A. V. tjina. Jmlue the
l I- 1. by
Sub B.heel Bcesruly Innn.bl. *. did tee five lolnt Revolution prnpoa. lives.| lo : y-r iutl l umy .
T.t Florida. .nit It.I..I
went on his bond. I. t bl. due _.__n._- 1":1'J Woman's Tonic '.irruit that certain.f .Bradford.'_ wherein fonnty.Annie Lco Ing amendment I. the Constitution of the 0. of the: .
.. I !* i H,.,. of lorlda. and the .
ami Te agreed .
Ry .I..t J by J W. JonM. hueband name w. tution of tli rlnrld. b. t.
all who joined her lo by vot of threenfth of the member "
Mountain sickness attacks read follow :
Cutnn and her .
S I better after and Matt!
To bal due Auv I I. 1.2 ) I5usd J my rs .eomplainanu the .t.I test t. each house that th votes nn acid Hoatlon I The le I laature! ahall provide' fore
reach altitude of 20,000 feet. sad Hued Cud n had a better i.hand leia Onion d.f.n.I."ta. ,I' Inl ;
an w. entered their uniform
respective and rate of taxation
Bo. R..I.n. ofi'iaA
---- July 1 I. to bal du* ._..__-u_ ___ ._ l- runtBy I bottI strengthen NI indrrnlirned wi 01., for .I.! and will tell In ,Journels wlfh. the yea u..n and reysthereon. It may uroviil* for Bpxrtal rate or stunttet raIn
__ ____ l' 1" tit. t 'S. the hl. and beat bidder for each
collected .
and tIll determine and dlreet
aim they .
-- u I prufMtrtbut aueh
ROUT RHEUMATISMNo build me up. I am BOflad ff.nt .f the court house tinny, In fliarke Hrad nn i..n.lbl. ipeclal rat*
that the acid Joint Knudullon he or not vio1 fiv. eitll on the dol.Jnr .
recommend Cardui fsri runty. Horldn. n Monday, the l.t du"r .uhml"e 'at.
more stiff joints, no more itab T b.1' .Iu tsur 'I. "i'w. AtVOML"11rterk : I ; to hat It did for me. I .1.tember. A 1}. 1821 ouln. the leicall '.1 the .I.t. of the-. It.t..t the G.n.rl <>f th. ..eesaed| valuation of such In tan itIbl .
I. ". pnrperty which apwetal rate or rate ortho
:1.1. ..
of .ale. for tfi .atl.fylnnn
in the muscles no more aching pains Clre-iH I ''J. purpoe ClAY CRAW. .
rn haven't needed medicine taste eoltocUdj b
TlrlyU'Rr. may sit.portioned
any the followlnir real 1.1.
n-l > aid final ilecree thfom.
from rheumatism. Sounds too goodto ( l>. A. .tt POKD $ '. the nf by the l ahall b
S. C Clirk.IMMsC1ALtTAT1 since I took Cadul. arid I am '.. in Bradford County Florida. f>- S.al .I.I.tu. .. .
be true but it is true.LEONARDIS Doa'" feeling f.ne. I Si."c.f si.j of SW',. of block 1 South FI..ld. sit, her-r'y give, notlew that a fthwivo' of all other lt.. ..tF. ijUtrlet and
ELIXIR FOR ; i ICaet Ml'j ft N and 8. and GENERA EI.FCTIONwill municipal laces and .h.1 prb nueh reu-
i r..i-r or COUNTY Nurvouroeas restleuness R.n.. .n. i be bet, t In each In Florida
I I and center of aiw>. county onTeamtev alIens *4 shall mu, jut .Iu\"n of all
THE BLOOD will cure your rheumatism CURDS5fsthI : .leeple _these symps's I F .. nest nucceedlnsT the Seat Monday inNoevmb.r. urtperty, both neil and; "

enable you to move around< aanlat' *..'.-'..t .f Bradford so often are the result I A. fJ lots, the nald Tu.d. being ueb property o may b.miptd. by law\.r

r,,. ihmmth cf July Ii2t tr.11 A.N EXIIII-iBTrX ,Mlentln reHtfbtijB -
make E.tCTA UieFOI munlritml .1".UDo
with perfect freedom you General, PandHalance a weak run-down condition D\Y OF MOVFMMKrtfr ..charitable ["j II.e.

feel like a new person. It drives I ily T I I I"'-I -. 1.I"Rrcrlpu ti, r and may develop more bottle of Ilerbine on the aunt rt. the'OIRTI or "'' of the .alo The vote.o .*., In e.."pl.ne with saId, propoaetl .
1M '' home LI like a doctor in the how .' .
the poison from the system. Don't during -- seriously not treated in b''IDI .mt .Iutl prnpuslng ..ndm.n. 1 .mndl th _. declarntl
wait but it You will feel ....nl ,. ..1 ,1 inni" month I'.4 0Buisnc 5 i .11 the time. KIV.II instant relief whp ('.. '"" Stale of F.I.I.. : .n. r> -. .h.1 be iuhjettdto
now. time.
try *JPin.
A.I I. 1 1"H A JOINT RESOLUTION an site rvvtilation' asare
of onli-r nam
the diifwition mt or "
the results almost with the first I II and ?., Htar* f.ad you are nervous and .I gets tit .Amenilrnnt to Artiele 1 of pravU4 by few for general.l I Intho

dose.LEONARDO'S. Balanw July I. IW4 ._ ._._ .1.JJJ| I or suffering from : t,(iwe>U. fail t act. One r>r two d.". f tion of tl State of ..k.] Relative.".1., State of PIstride. .1.10'

FOR fK.' ,I".ln. month -..--- "I4! t r'I.un-r"N weakness I all that I b n.r tt<.tar t.111 MO- cOon Finance.Be IX WnHUCOF I have hereunto
'. .r.n. ,laut durlnir month -. -J ;,. 1 t m P lug. anti r.t." thlt pxhiaration ,,- I I Reeolved by th l.eglslalure. of the State .TESTMONY and ,sffi ,.! the Otvat Sea!
THE BLOOD strengthens and in- Ci take CaMui. I" of Florid
Balance I. 1921 ----- --"-- nlU anJ liuoyaticTr f which( ho- i of the ..1 of Florida at Tallahassee the
vigorates tones and stimulates the 'UI. IO.ud Cud W Sold everywhere. .Jlnt flat tl following amendment to Article Capital the twenty-fifth day of July. A
1'r"u COc.fcolily .bl
LEON- R.l.nc. .IIIy 1. IM4 ---------- -... 21.4T i, \ltsis* only t jrf e. IX of _". utlon ef th State at "lr *'
whole system. on R.u.tpta durIfl *1400th _. .0.-_ 244.31 G F.1I Irfa. relative lo Vacation Finance IM4"H.. CLAY CeUWTORT..

ARDI'S ELIXIR in the ye'.taw: t.I .----- .J.d I ALL a-imberwl Section Eleven fin ef MM Article (f F.AL) ecretaiT t sMate.

package. At all druggists. Balance W..n.A... 194 44.S4 DRUGSTORE i| IX. b* sad the Mm* I* hvteey ..-" and tSl3tlll

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I Bradford ', county capital, will soon be in the ing to do about it? Talk some more or .stitution it obeyed. Next November '
County Telegraph : center of a network of good roads and I get into action? Will it take shotgunrule FOR OVER 40 YEARS Is the time to do it. I Five Foot Radish I II

=- '.- -- : hard-surfaced highways are being to restrain the fish hogs; or can MEDICINE hat As has been said, these proposed I A .. .
HAtl/3 CATARRH ; )O". ..r.y .f'sgc! >> 'Yil :,
built Mouth, north and went from that elect that the the treatment amendments Be- VfI'- .
we legislature
a can see ben used uccatafully In are very important. I
f'it,Ilr.lird 'I': anti I'ntr"rli aw
I i city. lit its. issue. this week, the Starke length of their nose's and are endowed "nvLlIs1'CATARRH MEDICINE eon cause of that importance they demand : u'

second! class matter, it the post ', Telegraph says: "Work on the state with brains beyond the capacity of a .I 1 I Hi mil of an Ointment which Quickly serious consideration in order that I I '
office at Starke Florida.::! highway south of Starke has been tadpole? This is a vital thing for It llev.. by local application and lhInternal there will be no mistakes by which
Tonic, which act ,
Medldn. a f .j.jI
I -= completed to the Alachua county line Florida. Surely not all the proyiessivemen through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces the state will suffer.

t. 8. AlA.TTDEWIL..O.. u. and opened to traffic. The last of the and women are asleep on this ., thug reducing the inflammation. -0- I L.

\ J. C. x001\SON-.Menaglna EdIUr.FUULISHKD rock bUilt has been put down and has subject. We say sadly and without any :i 1 F.Bold J.by Cheney all druKKHW*: Co, Toledo, Ohio. THE GUILELESS FARMER

l I'n>! rolled. Trucks and loading equip- | malice that the tocsin has sounded

I EVERY HUI> \> tn'nt are now in Lawtey, where work for the gamest fish that swims, the I Agriculture is more than a mere

,I on the part of the road leading north I black buss! They are going the way of terminedly-three fundamentals on trade or business. The task of feeding
.. .. ,_ __
from Clarke is in progress A numberf all desireabie things when placed atthe which Boy Scouts as well as those not a hungry world) allies the farmer with

SUBSCRIPTION; RATE telegraph poles have been removed mercy of the people who believe in members of this most worthy organ- the tender ministrations! of nature, the I

Per Year _ ____ $160 from alongside the siding to allow tho gutting every thing in sight for them- ization should strive to build their mother of all living. This great truth !
lives. Even some of their elders, and the ideals and emotions attending
hovel space for unloading the cars. selves. Who don't give a continental !\ I

Six Months:\ ____ 75c 1'lux section of the state is interested whether their children fish or not- grown to manhood before the Boy it render the farmer particularly' susceptible I

______ __ __.. 0' __ I ,II the work on the above mentioned who shoot, net dynamite or just Scout movement was started, woulddo to exploitation.The I I
,'und] UH it will be the most direct route I naturally, when they get amongst well to reverence and put into practice whole world seems concerned t. erf I

j'i from Jacksonville to Gainesville when them when they are striking well, fill in their daily lives, the three about keeping people on the farm, i

lomplcted.-Tlmes-Union. I the boat, and then go and brag about things commended by the president and diverting immigration and other,
to the Boy Scouts. Many men there labor from the the I
-0--- how many they caught. Are thesu sources cities to ( tI

THE REAL \\OMAN I people "sportsmen?" If they are then are who do deverence nature, law and country. While so doing they profess I

the Grower is the Police Gazette. God, and are all the better for so doing to be concerned about the welfare of

The editor of the Gainesville Sun i I Laws won't get us anywhere. Laws : Without such men what a miser- agriculture, in reality they are tampering II I ,i

1 Ii; I u juhl not, for one moment, be under- with federal officers to enforce them able world this would be! The Scouts with the economic laws whose I _

t f us underrating the value to so- I' will help some-but it won't do it all. I tan and will do very much to preventit unhampered operation would restore I

11'1 t\ of the good women who are en- If all fishermen were sportsmen itwould becoming such if they will employthe the balance of supply and demand and a,

,"II'd l in uplift work. It seems to himt commended fundamentals in their correct most of the farmers' most
I' | be a start-but frankly the so- "Sonny" Vretsrhclm of Washing
? I I.L-, the peculiar province as well as lives and livlng.TlmesUnlon.0 .
No. 4954 I IMeh.flershlp I called sportsmen ( ? ) must in many daily serious ills. ton, D.O., went in for icardenltiif
( 'n National Highway dutyof womankind to use her influ- I I instances have a change of heart. We : -- With equal professions of good will this "rIUJ-and thU IN oue of the
i'nn' and give her beat efforts for the I I VLLING' FOR CAKEFULLLO.NSIDEKATION the ,
Association) are for a closed period during spawnIng every agency of government and radishes he grew-meimirlutf 4 ft.
\ I __ uplift of the world. The duty of the season; for a limit on the catch; :: society is busy trying to induce him 0 III. and! weighting/ one hound, h fifteen

d j These iln\- when a fellow di up- I 1 woman of family, however, is first to I i for barring all netting absolutely in I to increase production. Here againit ounce
Between this and the electionIn
time "
} look after the the
welfare and
.. pears you cannot tell whether it Is a uplift the fresh waters of the state; barring November next, the citizens of tampering with nature's laws. It SlflTsCRIUE TO
I of
her family.
P comedy or tragedy. own shooting, dynamite, the lime bottle, or is an absolute fact that a cotton crop
I Florida will be called on to seri- TilE TELEGRAPH
A motherly old lady was urged to give
-- any means other than the hook and of 0,000,000 bales the coming year
I'0' ,
I consideration to five amendments
r / mah Jong! ; attend an "uplift" meeting. 1'or an line. Also we would have the placing ous would put more money into the handsof NOTICE OP ELECTION
America should retaliate hour she listened to the ladies telling I to the state constitution. They are of the farmers than of 12,000,000bales.
j by sending of fresh water fish on sale in the mar- one
utmost importance, because if adopt- I, C L. Peck of Starke Fl.,,
i I how great ideas should prevail and mayor by
t i. her a few thousand of our our checker kets misdemeanor. Let's. have the .
what done. she i led they become a part of the fundamental I vlrture of the authority vested In m by law
players. was being Finally was black bass if it is humanely possible.We The farmer would not be no easily do her*'by call an election to be held at the
I -0-- I asked to say a few words as to helping I I have here a state association | law of the state and, if rejected gulled if he could get it clearly in his town halt in the ,aforesaid' town by the qualified -
there be for sincere voters there on
reasons -
The express on a 20-pound package humanity. She arose, smiled and for the preservation of game and fish, I may mind that he is not working to feed TLESDAV SEPTEMBER 9. 1924
said "Well. I reckon the moat Important regret, later on says the Jack- for the of electing the followrng of
I : purpose
I and clothe the world but to
w to Jacksonville is 52 cents the parcel I and Home of the progressive counties sonville Times-Union. providefor flcerm.One.
I did to learn
thing ever was
poet rate on the same package Is 21 have an association. They are doling. his own family tot a few years Mayor
how to be wife and mother andI | Of the five amendments two deal .
a good On. Marshal.Three
I ha ought to be hard adamant to
Tho work as
cents. express company couldtake i I a great deal of fine missionary as Aldermen
a few pointers from Uncle Sam haven't thought of a thing for the but they both need help. It will take i I with taxation. One proposes to exempt every consideration except that of the One A.o..or.On. .

I I on handling shipments. lust twenty years but to try to keep considerably more than just plain talk incomes and inheritances from interests of himself and his industry. Clerk Treasurer and Tax Collector.Inspectors .
of said election, J. L. Peek, A.
family together and make them i state taxation likewise, household
my i ;
-0- to get anywhere with the most vital !He has been imposed upon by manip- \f. .VndcTBon. and A. H. Johna
i I, happy. i goods and personal property to the ulation his best In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe
A blushing female of 71 inmate thing for Florida. We have talked to through impluses.
years Commenting on this the Columbus amount of $500 of each family residing my name and cause th. seal of the old townto
of a Confederate home at Biloxl.1 hundreds of men and women in the The selfish interests that seek ad- be hereunto affixed this 5th day of atiiruat.
has had tier hair bobhed and married' Enquirer-Sun says, "the talk of this state who "think it would be a fine I in this! state. The other proposed vancement through his sacrifices 1924. C. L. PEEK,
mother throws a light on the whole amendment provides for a tax not exceeding Seal) Mayor of Stark., Fla.
I her eighth husband, who la a frisky thing to save our game and fish, and I might well be rebuked by turning the 8-8-6t-9-5
scheme of making people-the entire | five mills on the dollar of intangible -
I young fellow of 01;. Judging from the "we are in favor of it." Moral cooper- tables upon them.-Holmes County

f age of her new husband, she'll soon be world of people-happy and contented. ation this is, surely, but their active property. That is, other than Advertiser.
She that she hasn't real the latter
'thought personal
or property
says I
ready for the ninth.-Tampa Tribune. membership in the state or county as-
I II about a thing for the past twenty now being. unclassified and subject to CRITICISMWe
--u- I sociation would be of some concrete
I years except to keep my family to- one rate of taxation. This amendment
I With sentiment value. Look up your association, join
public nothing. can believe in constructive criticism.
gether and happy. That is the basisof I is designed to provide for special ,
! fail. Without it, nothing can succeed., it-and work. Let's go. Any man who cannot stand to be critl- v
, the happiness of the people of all rates of taxation to be imposed on the '
i! Consequently ho who moulds! public the world. If the family is kept together -0- different classes so specified. 'I' cised has a warped mind. The right

sentiment goes deeper than ho who and happy everything in pretty BOY SCOUT FUNDVMENTALS:' Another amenament to kind of a man criticised in the right

I enacts statutes or pronounces deci proposes manner profits thereby and shows his :
sure to work out for the best. If I
I alone lie makes statutes and decisions Boy Scouts are prominently recog- limit special tax school district bonds
every mother will keep her family the This. the assessed valuation appreciation. I
possible to be executed.AbrahamLincoln. nized throughout country. is I to 20 per cent of -
happy every family will be happy, because they stand and contend for ( of such districts. to limit the Nearly all newspapers are severely

'I and if every family is happy then the worthy things, because they are or- (,i term of such bonds to thirty years, criticised by people in various walks a.'J.
--o-- lof life who do not know the first ;
people as! a whole will be happy. And
I ganized for specific purposes, all of I and to require at least three per cent
The average girl does not permit o there will be little work left fur "up principle of printing a newspaper. ,
them admirable in the highest degree, of the principal to be reduced annually -
young man to kiss her while motoring, I The "ad man" criticised for the I '
I lift" because. there will is way
I organizations,
all these purposes being for the de- beginning not more than three
and the reason is, according to one of' i he the ads. The :
be few who will need to he I sets up "make-up
1 persons velopment of that better nature by years from date of issue of such I cp97w
them, that 1f a man can drive an reformed. the man" is criticised. for his style in
Keep family happy; which they are endowed by the Crea- bonds.
r auto safely while kissing me, ha ia not I make-up. The editor is criticised for
that Is the keynote of the whole mat- tor. The ultimate purpose, of course, Another amendment is applicableto I
'' i 1 giving the kixs the attention it deserves. ter; and there is no one in a better I fit become his stand on public questions. Even
is to them to manly men Ltuval county, and its municipalities.
I Here( fellows, make a note of the is criticised for letting }
position to do this than the mother. and worthy citizens. This amendment provides forgiving proofreader '
this. Stop your car.-Columbus En She presides over the home It is her an error get by now and then.
That the Boy Scouts are being! accorded \ the legislature authority to
qurer! -Sun. domain, her empire, which she rules. ; :I prominent recognition is out- devise a special form of government j But perhaps most of all the reporter''

-oFish -- and if her rule is the rule of love for standingly indicated when the presi- for this county and its constituent j I is criticised for failure to write up !

cannot be caught by net, those of the household it cannot work dent of the United States, turning j part subject, of couit" to the ap c"crythm:; that happens, lie Is accused tto
seines or set devices or by shooting )' of In this
( out any other way than happily. I from the many and important duties', pro v.il of the majority of its votersin suppressing news.
ti or Rigging In fresh water lakes, or "Real mothers, with heart and mind that constantly call] for his attention, j nt election held especially for that connection me following from theJacksonville

i within one mile of any inlet of tho At- and soul fixed upon the very practical I takes the opportunity to speak, even purl 8e. Obviously, the proposed Journal is very appropiate I
Inntic. Seines be used in tho inlet I
can 1 ideal< of keeping the family happy, are by radio, to this noble band of Boy amendment requires consideration!! by j : I
and bay waters of the gulf to rateh the need! of the world today, and not :Scouts, as he did on a recent night. I only the citizens of Duval county "IJeal' gently with me in your I i
mullet, except between November I 15 I I( thought I know the boys will
the reform organizations that as in
are Of his address brief
necessity: was The purpose is to give them the opportunity i
II and December ::11. Stop nets are not necking\ by various methods, mostly of but it stressed three important fundamentals j for deciding whether or not I the wretched story." IsThe

.. allowed nt any time and seining in force, to make the world better. We ] for Boy Scouts everywhereto they want to consolidate existing I Thus Peter Clark :MacFarlane, i,
prohibited in the rivers Florida, between I !
of '
man, actor clerk minis
cannot people to be happy. But understand and appreciate. The governments so as to make the entire I newspaper
I May I and November 1. by adoption of the methods I ter and adventurer, wrote to his
proper president laid down as the first fundamental j county subject to only one government j first !

o we may lead them into a quality of I! of the Boy Scout movement I instead of two, as now, and thus I friend, Edmund 1). Coblpntz, managing -

t A pretty girl sitting on a porch on happiness from which they will not mid work "reverence for nature." lie1' have very considerable money that editor of the San Franisco Examiner |

E the Lake City highway with her legs try to escape lose I before ending- his colorful i
Mild that "boys should never [ now is required to pay the expenses ,

:' crossed caused three automobile accidents "The mother, therefore, who takes I their love for the fields and the' of operating two governments. Everyone I career, driven by the clutching shadow Factor in !!

'I Saturday.-Macclonny Stand, the proper care of her household who streams, the mountains and the I of these amendments is! of prime ; of illness.

I ard. D'ye mean to say only three autos rears her children in the light of sunshine plains, the open places and the forests. importance; each and all .should be i I "As I know tie:i boys will in the ty
I used the highway Saturday?-Starke and contentment, whose! love That love will be priceless possession thoroughly considered in order that wretched story.

'r"lvltru.h--NtlL by u long shot. Tho shields. them from the snares and the as your years lengthen out." a wise conclusion may be reached by "A life's association with newspapermen SuccessfulAdvertising t

, : rest of tho cars were being driven by pitfalls of the world, need have little The president called attention to the voters before they go to the bal- I and himself a distinguished

Women and men who could drive and if fear that her work will 1 be lot box to decide what shall be done. member of the profession- caused
If any a the fact that "there is healing in the know
Cla-rk ; ;; i
look at the lame time. ) I Peter MacFarlane I to that
-Macclenny failure. of income and inheri-
I trees for the tired minds! and I.for ooverDuruenell I I I
Standard. reporters through whose eyes the
J there tance tax has been so thoroughly dis-
J "Most of us have read the poem en- spirits; is
world itself its virtues short-
sees its
11 i --0- titled ''God Give us Men.' We have no strength in the hills, if only we will j I dussed that every voter now should Ii
4 The Birmingham Acre-Herald lays criticism to make of his production, lift up our eyes," and then he asked I be enlightened on the subject. Taxes comings, its joys its sorrows, its

r r. that one of those terrible German scientists but a better prayer to the Almighty the Boy Scouts to "remember that I{ are a serious burden. When they are I glories and its weaknesses, are the .
most sympathetic workmen in the
} who are alwift s discovering would be 'God, Give us :Mothers.' Thenwe nature is your great restorer." Who multiplied the burden is increased.Not world. and close i

1 something or other has now come to should surely have men like those that has been downcast, "weary and only that, but when taxes that are They see more their I

the front with a statement which mayor the poet calls for in his effusion. heavy-laden." has not felt the bene- ,, unnecessary and unjust are imposed eyes upon class.more The than any other the professional 'best'- The ad that is

may not be of Interest to the feminine Gainesville, Sun. ficent results of communion with nature the people have all the more cause. for reason I

bobbed-hair sisterhood. )He[ says -0--- of taking burdens of mind and complaint. Florida very well can af- stories are not written Is because they read results

"Women should remember that by TIM: s.\i II.> s\i)) TRUTH spirit out into the great open spacesor ford to relieve its people of the burden would darken a memory or would gets

I bobbing their hair they are cultivating into the silent forests and there I and injustice of taxation of incomes cause lasting; humiliation. Peter Clark

beards; but cutting it oil the head (Florida Grower) leaving them the mind relieved and I and inheritances, both of which MacFarlane was not worried about .5 .

i hair, latent hair follicles on the Iff/ Tire Grower Man has been noting 1 the spirit soothed and comforted. If I II I already are taxed by the federal gov I how the newspaper boys would treat

and face are given a stimulation' fur quite awhile that many of the local only more people knew where and how! ernment. A state tax doubles the im- his memory.-Gainesville Sun. I

which superinduces growth of a fuzz fishermen are going farther afield I: nature stands ready to befriend them! : position.In WORK ON WATERT.tNK' Your ads Mr.

which will necessitate. its removal; anti as week succeeds week. It is not an The Boy Scouts are learning.The the matter of the proposed I .... ;

thAt removal would again stimulate unusual thing to see half a hundredcars second fundamental commended I amendment with reference to school Workmen have been; busy repairing I

Its growth just exactly as shaving a ; go by our sanctum on Saturday', by the president to the Boy Scouts is I district bonds, there is decided room and repainting the water tank at the'I Merchant will be 'j

I man's beard stimulates it, so it is not I and, friends of ours, these people are "reverence for law," something. that is for improvement. Too many school municipal power plant. It was found ,

unlikely that in a few more years !iromir! to the far places to get their highly essential to their well-being, districts have impoverished themselves necessary to use a welding outfit in .:

i, women users of the razor will be very l11'hit they got any The flivvers are an boys, now, and as! men, later. I by extravagant issue of bonds repairing the tank where rust had read--just like you
numerous." loaded to the guards with rods and, in beyond the capacity to pay. There is eaten through It was a warm job

--o-- most cases, a complete camping out- The third fundamental, last of the I no desire whatever to hamper the working inside the tank with the sunrays .
tit It sad when three', but not the least important, is state's and I are now reading
is a story sportsmen very important progressing -, and the acetylene torch making
The Starke Telegraph! says that a (local, around Tampa) have to makejourneysthat "reverence for God The presidentsaid I educational work, but there are a first class, inferno but was .successfully I
meeting on July 7 of the bond trustee that "It is hard to see how a '
require them to stay out those who realize that great injuryis completed. The outside of the
j of Union county it was ordered one night to get fish. The old timers great man can be an atheist" and being done to the cause of educa- tank received a badly needed coat of i this--if you brighten -
that the road from Lake
Duller influence
to around here will tell you and truthfully added: "Without the sustaining tion by unwise plunging into debt, black paint.NOTICE .
Long Bridge! to connect the road lead of faith in a divine power we I
too that time was when fish and this the proposed amendment
ing from Starke, be cleared and grad could actually be whipped out of the could have little faith in ourselves. seeks to avoid. :' TO SELL SClloOLHOUSE( them up with

ed. The Telegraph says this will be i We need to feel that behind us is intelligence FENCE
salt watres with branch of a tree. Still another proposed constitutional I
a good news to cftlaens of both Bradford, I and love. Doubters do not
Nowadays it takes net hundreds of amendment deals with
reappor- illustrations from
and Union The wire fence around the school!
this contribute
counties as stretch of achive; skeptics do not ;
feet long to enable a market fisherman \ tionment; a rather time-worn matter -
five miles between Lake Butler and cynics do not create. Faith is the great house in Starke will be offered for i I
to do his Saturday night's buying that should have been disposed of
Long Bridge is all the motive and realizeshis sale at public auction in front of the
unimproved power, no man the
for the Sunday dinner. The rest of long ago. That it has not been done is a complete cutservice
toad between Lake Butler and Starke. full responsibilities unless he has school house Monday: August 25th,
the week he has to eat fish if he eats blot on the fair history of Florida. I
With the completion of the rock road the deep conviction that life is eternally at 12 m. Purchaser to remove fence :
at all. We suspect that some of them The constitution of the state provides
between Starke and Hampton, it will go hungry at that. important, and that his work for reapportionment at stated periodsor I and posts and fill post holes within !, we now

give Union county citizens an outlet well done, is part of an unending I 30 days. RiRhOreserved to reject any I
under conditions The
41 Other sections of the state certain or-
to the Alachua taptml, the greaterpart can point plan," or all bids
the time fish game law of the state has not been furnish to adver-
sadly to when could be I
of the dutaneibeing a rock road. Assuredly! here are three very important : G W. AI.DFRMAS:; .
had almost for the I omplied with under "me pretext or
i' The graded road from Starke to Long picking up; caught things for Boy iciiut". for all 8-15-at I Trustee.
on a pice of flirted through the another This nn 'if omissin should be i =
rag .
Bridge is In exu lli-nt condition and bo\". to thing about HeriousK ind de- tisers in theTELEGRAPH
water; sometimes they Jumped in the : wiped ">ut. and will be when the :on --
is being kept in tip-top shape, according -- --- --- .:. I
the boat. These places are no scarce now
to T..Jclraph.-Tlmes-
/ 4 1 Union. they can be counted on the fingers of 1 C. .

a man with no arms. Wanton detraction SURELEWISEYEWATER I
1'I Starke, the progressive Bradford has dune its work with Florida's "*- P flf% iW sftF.rM.UrI.CKJlU

Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day vaunted fresh water fishing. A few I

DnuUlxt wnittd. l money U PAZO OINTMENT:< tall districts! that almost might be called
to curt BIID: BlMtllni or Prttrudla "secret spots" afford some sport. But lTcvcr.CbMs I
PUM. 'D..aDtl ly nltevM Itching PUn.ulpa you
gel mtnilhlus.atop ..tr Dm application. 0c they won't last long. What are we go- anil taGripH


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